For the second time in the last two weeks, the Chiefs have a player elected to retirement.
According to head coach Ron Rivera in a press conference on Friday, the rookie linebacker Three travelers He chose to hang up the clutch.
“One of our starting linebackers, Trey Walker, has decided to retire from football. So that’s why he wasn’t out here today,” Rivera said on NBC Sports Washington. “Trey is a strong young man. We had some hope, man. But unfortunately, he decided it was time to move on. So we need it Wish him all the best.He said.
Walker left Idaho as an undrafted player with Washington. In his final collegiate season, he had 105 total tackles in 11 games.
The commanders also had Antonio Gandi-Golden Retired last week. He was transitioning from receiver to tight end.
While it’s unusual for a couple to retire in training camp, Rivera said it’s not unheard of.
“Yeah, yeah, it happens,” Rivera said. “Of course it happens.”