Former Pro Bowl OL Lang retires

Two-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman T.J. Lang announced his retirement on Friday in a social media post.The 31-year-old Lang was released by the Detroit Lions earlier this month.”For the past 3,624 days I have woken up with one goal in mind-How can I be a better pro football player than I was yesterday?” Lang wrote in a note attached to his Twitter account. “Well, those days are over now. … I will forever cherish the great times that I had playing this game.”Lang played 10 NFL seasons — eight with the Green Bay Packers (2009-16) and the last two with the Lions. He was a Pro Bowl selection in 2016 for Green Bay and again the following season for the Lions.He was limited to just six games in 2018 due to a concussion and a neck injury.Overall, he played in 138 regular-season games, starting 113.