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Packers' Saturday calling it quits after Pro Bowl

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(Sportsbooks) - Green Bay Packers center Jeff Saturday told WFNI AM in Indianapolis on Friday morning that he will retire after 14 seasons in the NFL.

Saturday played in 14 games for the Packers this season before being replaced late in the year by Evan Dietrich-Smith.

Sunday's Pro Bowl will be the last game of Saturday's career.

"We'll finish it with sunsets in Hawaii and call it a much better career than I would have anticipated," Saturday said.

Saturday, who entered the league as a non-drafted free agent, played for the Colts from 1999-2011 before joining Green Bay. In addition to making six Pro Bowls, Saturday was a first-team All-Pro twice and second-team All-Pro two times.

January 25, 2013, at 02:21 PM ET
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