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TE Vance McDonald retires, saving Pittsburgh Steelers $5.2 million against salary cap – ESPN

Tight end Vance McDonald announced his retirement from the NFL, a decision that saves the cap-strapped Steelers $5.2 million in 2021.

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PITTSBURGH — After four years with the Steelers, tight end Vance McDonald announced his retirement from the NFL through the team Friday morning.
In his final season with the Steelers, McDonald had 15 catches for 99 yards. He missed two games after testing positive for COVID-19 and spent the time quarantined on his farm outside Pittsburgh.
McDonald was also the Steelers’ 2020 nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award for his work with Convoy of Hope, an organization that, among other things,…

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