The Baltimore Ravens are not expecting that veteran cornerback Samari Rolle could be able to wear back his Ravens jersey to play professional football in NFL again after having a couple of neck surgeries. What we can expect now is an official announcement of the veteran’s retirement.
"There’s been no indication that I’ve heard from anybody that Samari is going to be physically ready to play," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "If that changes, great. We would have to be very convinced that he would have no risk.”
Having played in eleven seasons since being drafted by the Tennessee Oilers in 1998 as a second-round pick, Rolle is turning 34 years old this August. Just as he has admitted by himself, having two neck surgeries at his age just essentially means his NFL career is done.