Six-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Joe Staley revealed details of neck and back injuries that forced him to retire last month, saying he would have needed major fusion surgery this offseason if … ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported after the trade that Joe Staley was expected to retire. San Francisco 49ers 7,488 views. When veteran San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Joe Staley announced his retirement during last month's NFL draft, it didn't take long for the reigning NFC champions to plug that hole. SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Over the course of about 40 emotional minutes Tuesday afternoon, Joe Staley said goodbye to the game he’s loved since he was 5 years old. All-Decade left tackle Joe Staley, who announced his retirement last month due to concerns over his health, is scheduled to count $2 million against the 49ers’ salary cap this year, league sources told NBC Sports Bay Area on Tuesday. 49ers’ joe staley announces nfl retirement after 13 seasons over health concerns “Last year should have been the pinnacle of my career,” Staley said in a statement announcing his retirement. Posted by Josh Alper on April 25, 2020, 3:14 PM EDT.

Joe Staley's retirement press conference hummed for 30 minutes with the graceful blend of humility and humor everyone came to know in his 13 years as the 49ers' left tackle. When Joe Staley announced his retirement following a stellar 13-year career in San Francisco, he was taken aback by the tributes that poured in from former 49ers teammates, coaches and competitors. Joe Staley's retirement was expected, but he made it official in a heartfelt post on Instagram. 10:04. Staley, the San Francisco 49ers stalwart tackle for the past 13 seasons, announced his retirement on Saturday afternoon via a statement. Staley was originally scheduled to earn $10.5 million this year in salary and bonuses. Joe Staley retirement San Francisco 49ers, Joe Staley announced on Saturday that T Joe Staley, a three-time All-Pro and six-time Pro Bowl selection, has retired from the National Football League. Joe Staley’s retirement press conference hummed for 30 minutes with the graceful blend of humility and humor everyone came to know in his 13 … When veteran San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Joe Staley announced his retirement during last month's NFL draft, it didn't take long for the reigning NFC champions to plug that hole. All-Decade left tackle Joe Staley, who announced his retirement last month due to concerns over his health, is scheduled to count $2 million against the 49ers’ salary cap this year, league sources told NBC Sports Bay Area on Tuesday. Getty Images. The writing was on the wall when the 49ers traded for left tackle Trent Williams. Joe Staley, the lone 49er to play in both of the team's Super Bowls in the past decade, announced his retirement Saturday. Joe Staley announces his retirement. “For the last 13 years, Joe Staley conducted himself in a manner that epitomizes the 49ers way and set a tremendous example for his teammates and our community,” said 49ers CEO Jed York. John Lynch Reflects on Joe Staley's Retirement Decision | 49ers - Duration: 10:04. Staley was originally scheduled to earn $10.5 million this year in salary and bonuses.

San Francisco is losing its longest-tenured player. 49ers Pro Bowl left tackle Joe Staley announces retirement following Trent Williams trade to San Francisco Staley has spent his entire 13-year NFL career with the 49ers

Joe Staley retirement San Francisco 49ers, Joe Staley announced on Saturday that T Joe Staley, a three-time All-Pro and six-time Pro Bowl selection, has retired from the National Football League.