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Cowboys' Frederick retires, cites play after nerve disorder


March 22, 2020

Dallas Cowboys center Travis Frederick is retiring from the NFL at 29, the 2016 All-Pro saying he "could no longer perform at my highest level" after returning from a neurological disorder that sidelined him for a season.

Frederick made the announcement on Twitter on Monday, a surprising development for a team that invested heavily in its offensive line through the draft and now finds itself trying to replace one of the most important pieces.

A first-round pick seven years ago, Frederick missed all of 2018 after getting diagnosed with Guillian-Barre syndrome during training camp.


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