Free agent Mike Vrabel has officially announced his retirement from the NFL after 14 seasons.
Sports Radio 810 in Kansas City reports that free agent Mike Vrabel will retire to accept an assistant coaching job at Ohio State.
CollegeFootballTalk.com reports there is a "very good chance" free agent Mike Vrabel will accept a defensive assistant coaching role with Ohio State this summer.
Free agent Mike Vrabel indicated that he would rather continue playing football than begin his coaching career at this time.
Free agent OLB Mike Vrabel is not participating in Chiefs offseason workouts.
Prior to his early-April arrest, free agent Mike Vrabel told the Kansas City Star that he hopes to continue his football career.
Free agent OLB Mike Vrabel was arrested for felony theft at an Indiana casino early Monday.
Chiefs OLB Mike Vrabel did show for the start of Kansas City Organized Team Activities on Monday.
Chiefs OLB Mike Vrabel has yet to attend voluntary offseason workouts.
The Chiefs' one-year deal with OLB Mike Vrabel includes a $1.425 million roster bonus.
The Chiefs' new contract with OLB Mike Vrabel, announced by the team as an "extension," is for just one year.
Chiefs re-signed OLB Mike Vrabel.
Free agent Mike Vrabel "feels he has a number of productive seasons left," according to his agent.
Impending free agent OLB Mike Vrabel, surprisingly, said Tuesday that he'd like to return to the Chiefs in 2010.