Retired Kendra J.C. Traitor hinted that
the role with the NFLPA caused turmoil with the Browns
Jesse Tretter took the surprising step of retiring last month.
The 31-year-old had been a quality full-time starter
for five seasons with the Browns, but, as he announced his decision,
he faced a significant lack of free agent options.
The traitor was released by Cleveland in March, leaving it on the open market
throughout the summer. During that period, he told Sports Illustrated's, Alex Prewitt,
the Cornell alum put together a shortlist of clubs he would
love to sign with, including the Panthers, Cowboys and Vikings.
In all, their representatives contracted seven teams inquiring about a possible deal.