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Running back Rashard Mendenhall, 26, is expected to announce his retirement, according to numerous reports made Saturday.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported via Twitter at 8:08 p.m. MDT that sources had told him that teams were told he would be retiring.

Mendenhall, as Schefter points out, alluded to the prospect of retiring in a column published by Huffington Post last month.

Sunday, his agent Mike McCartney of Priority Sports and Entertainment, confirmed the news with a pair of tweets.

In six NFL seasons, the Illinois product rushed for 4.236 yards and 37 touchdowns. Prior to joining the Cardinals in 2013, Mendenhall spent five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, rushing for more than 1,000 yards in 2009 and 2010.

Last season, with the Cardinals, Mendenhall logged 687 yards rushing in 217 attempts, fumbling a career-high four times over the course of 15 games.

The former first-round pick carries a Super Bowl ring into his retirement, thanks to his roster spot on the Steelers team which beat the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII.

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