Mark Brunell spent quite a bit of his NFL career with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and that's where he found his most success. He spent nine seasons as the Jaguars quarterback, living some of the most memorable moments in the young franchises history. Brunell was traded to the Washington Redskins and eventually wound up going the veteran back up route with the New York Jets and New Orleans Saints.
Apparently the former Jaguars quarterback is retiring from the NFL after 19 seasons in the league, according to Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union. The only problem is, Mark Brunell tweeted out this morning that he's not retiring and said on a local Jacksonville radio station on Monday that he's still looking for a back up job in the NFL.
To be fair to Frenette, he only seems to imply that Brunell is leaning towards retiring, but nothing has officially happened yet.