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Topic - Jordan Gross
One longtime Carolina Panther called it quits on Wednesday, while another may be headed out the door behind him.
Panthers offensive tackle Jordan Gross is saying goodbye to the NFL after 11 seasons.
Carolina Panthers first-year coach Ron Rivera wrapped up what he termed a hectic, but successful training camp Wednesday at Wofford College.
Jordan Gross estimates he's lined up opposite Julius Peppers more than a thousand times in seven years of practices with the Panthers.
Chris Gamble feels old at 27. Jordan Gross was struck by all the new faces in the stretching lines at practice. And Jeff King knows the few veterans remaining must take on much larger roles.
Dana Gross, accompanied her husband, Carolina Panthers offensive tackle Jordan Gross, attend a news conference where he announced his retirement after 11 seasons as a pro football player in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014.
"This wasn't your typical retirement press conference," Gross said with a laugh.