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Philip Rivers retiring from NFL after 17 seasons – The San Diego Union-Tribune

Rivers played 16 years for Chargers, final season for Colts; he will fulfill lifelong dream of coaching prep football



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The time has come, dadgummit.
The man whose good-natured hollering was as renowned as his highly unorthodox and highly effective throws is hanging up his helmet to put on a different hat.
Philip Rivers, who came to San Diego in a draft-day trade in 2004 and played quarterback for the Chargers all but his final season in the NFL, will announce his retirement today.
Its just time, Rivers told the Union-Tribune late Tuesday night from his home in Indianapolis, where earlier this month he completed…

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