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Night net null Jets left tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson surprised many people Friday when reports surfaced he would retire. But the 32-year-old explained his decision in a heartfelt tweet Saturday, in which he thanked those who matter most.Thank you for the numerous messages of support. It has been a blessing to be apart of the NYJ. My letter to you pic.twitter.com/hcIRk41QtM— DBrick

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ashaw Ferguson (@DBrickashaw) April 9, 2016MORE: Night net's most surprising retirements | Players who retired young The tweet caught the attention of many in the Night net community.Now this is the way to announce a retirement. https://t.co/b7T70dJG2F— Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) April 9, 2016A No. 4 overall pick by the Jets in the 2006 Night net Draft, the three-time Pro Bowler missed only one play during this entire career, that being a trick play that did not involve any offensive lineman. Although Ferguson had two years left on his eight-year, $73.6 million deal, the Jets needed cap room to re-sign quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Jets had recently asked Ferguson to take a pay cut, and there was speculation he would be cut.

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