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  • Orlando Franklin: Announces retirement from NFL

    Franklin announced Monday that he is retiring from football.

    Franklin's post states that his retirement comes in large part to the offensive lineman wanting to spend more time with his family. Franklin played seven years in the NFL and was most recently released by the Redskins.

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  • Orlando Franklin: Cut by Redskins

    Franklin was released by the Redskins on Thursday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.

    Franklin had a brief stint with the Redskins in 2017, appearing in one game, and was signed by the team after the season. The veteran lineman will be looking to catch on with another team in 2018, likely as a backup option.

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  • Orlando Franklin: Parts with Redskins

    Franklin was released by the Redskins on Friday, Brian McNally of the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.

    Franklin was signed by Washington less than a week ago as they dealt with numerous injuries on their offensive line, but they found themselves with 12 healthy linemen prior to cutting the veteran guard. The 29-year-old will now wait for another opportunity to latch onto an NFL roster.

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  • Redskins' Orlando Franklin: Joins Redskins

    Franklin signed a contract with the Redskins on Saturday, Brian McNally of the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports.

    Franklin spent less than a week with the Saints in training camp, but has surprisingly been a free agent since being released by the Chargers in May. The Redskins have six offensive linemen on their injury report this week, which could press the 29-year-old into a significant role early on with his new team.

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  • Orlando Franklin: Let go by Saints

    Franklin, who'd signed with the Saints on Thursday, was released Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

    Franklin was expected to give the Saints some flexibility along the offensive line with Terron Armstead (shoulder) and Max Unger (foot) tending to injuries. The 29-year-old veteran will now need to find a new home before the regular season.

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  • 49ers' NaVorro Bowman: Back at full speed

    Bowman (Achilles) indicated Friday that he has returned to full speed, Joe Fann of the Niners' official site reports.

    Bowman played just four games last season before going down with an Achilles injury. His recovery has been remarkably fast, as he was able to participate in offseason workouts already in April. All accounts indicate he has returned to full health, and he figures to be in line for a big year anchoring the 49ers' defense at middle linebacker.

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  • Orlando Franklin: Released by Chargers

    Franklin was released by the Chargers on Monday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

    Franklin inked a five-year, $36.5 million deal with the Chargers back in 2015, but after seeing the team invest draft picks in younger, less-expensive options, the 29-year-old has now been cut loose. Considering Franklin has started all 89 of his career appearances, the veteran is destined to land elsewhere ahead of training camp.

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  • Chargers' Orlando Franklin: Suggested starter at LG

    ESPN.com's Eric Williams projects Franklin as the starting left guard to open the season.

    Franklin faces stiff competition from the likes of Max Tuerk, Donavon Clark and Dan Feeney, all players who are either in their first or second year in the NFL, so it makes sense the veteran would get the nod for now. However, should Franklin disappoint during training camp, don't be surprised if he gets a quick hook, as the Chargers have suggested a youth movement may be in the works along the offensive line.

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  • Chargers' Orlando Franklin: Will have competition for starting spot

    Franklin will have competition for his starting job, Jack Wang of the Orange County Register reports.

    Franklin hasn't quite lived up to the billing since joining the Chargers in 2015, as a handful of nagging injuries have kept the 29-year-old from seeing the field for portions of the last two seasons. Given the Chargers drafted two guards, Forrest Lamp and Dan Feeney, in the 2017 NFL Draft, and the return of 2016 draftee Max Tuerk, who spent his entire rookie year recovering from an ACL injury, it appears the writing may be on the wall for Franklin, whose release could free up much-needed money for Los Angeles.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-6, 315 lbs
Birthplace: Kingston, Jamaica
Age: 36
School: Miami (Fla.)
Experience: 7