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Ex-Jaguar CB Fernando Bryant Retires After 10 NFL Seasons

Article By on 23rd June, 2009

... pick in the 1999 NFL Draft, is retiring, agent Drew Rosenhaus tweeted Tuesday morning.

Bryant, taken 26th overall out of Alabama in 1999, played for the Jaguars through the 2003 season before stints in Detroit (2004-07) and Pittsburgh (2008), where he won a Super Bowl ring.

Bryant, 32, will go down as a Jaguar, having started 71 of the team's 80 games from 1999-2003.

Bryant and Aaron Beasley teamed as a solid cornerback duo, but the undersized Bryant only recorded five interceptions in five seasons.

He was judged by many to be dependable player but never reached the Pro Bowl level that teams hope first-rounders can attain.

His best year was his first.

Bryant started all 16 regular season games as ...

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