The NFL analyst made the announcement on Twitter.
The 29-year-old was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft.
The news came just days after the athlete's father was killed by an allegedly accidental gunshot.
The NFL draft is back on ESPN with blanket (read: suffocating) coverage, which always makes me think: What if Americans cared
You would never know it by looking at the NFL Draft.
The former Stanford standout has all of the tools to become an NFL star.
The proposed legislation is similar to the North Carolina law that led the NBA, NCAA and ACC to move events out of the state.
Since 1990, scores of Juniors or Redshirt Sophomores have entered the draft. Last year a record 107 Juniors declared for
It goes without saying, the athletes embroiled in these controversies and embarrassments are responsible and should be held accountable for their behavior -- whether it be criminal or simply immature. But they are not the only ones at fault.
Has that much really changed?