Former Packers offensive lineman T.J. Lang to retire from football

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Just a few days after former Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson announced his retirement, former teammate T.J. Lang announced his retirement as well.

Lang announced his retirement on social media Friday, after 10 years in the NFL.

Lang played in 119 games and made 94 starts with the Packers, eventually making the Pro Bowl as a guard during his final season with Green Bay in 2016.

Lang played his final two seasons in Detroit with the Lions.

Despite struggling with injury, Lang played in 19 games, making another Pro Bowl appearance in 2017.