Former Steelers and Redskins WR Antwaan Randle El has retired from football.
He'll make the announcement on July 14. Randle El, 33, spent last year out of football after being cut by the Steelers following the lockout. A college quarterback at Indiana, Randle El was a game-breaking punt returner and backup wideout in his prime, returning five career punts for touchdowns and scoring 15 more as a receiver. A "gadget guy" to whom Michigan QB Denard Robinson will inevitably be compared, Randle El also completed 22 of his 27 career NFL pass attempts for 323 yards and six TDs, without an interception.