Veteran quarterback Matt Ryan, NFL Most Valuable Player In 2016, will take the next step in his career. But, this phase will not happen on the pitch.
Ryan was issued by Indianapolis Colts In March, after just one season with the organization, he joined CBS Sports as an analyst. NFLAs reported by the series on Monday. ryanJoe, who turns 38 on Wednesday, will serve as a studio analyst and game analyst on all CBS Sports platforms.
but Ryan announcing his new role in a post via social network denied that it was the end of his sporting career. He punctuated the message with a clarification: “PS, this is not a retirement publication.”
cut to Ryan opened a $17 million spot for Colts under the salary cap. But, the remaining $12 million of that amount is tied to his base salary for 2023. Withdrawals may affect his eligibility for those payments.
Ryan he has played 15 seasons NFL and faces an uncertain future after a tough 2022 campaign colts, He was benched twice and was plagued with turnovers. the 15 fumbles Ryan was the highest in his career and the second highest NFL last season. He also threw 13 interceptions.
at the end of the season, Ryan Left the door open to continue playing.
“I still love the game,” he said in February when asked about his future. “I’m not committed to anything. I’ll have to see how it all goes. But, I still love playing the game and I feel like, to be honest, it’s still pretty good football. ” [por dar],
Ryan spent 14 seasons with the atlanta falcons and holds the franchise record for most in the major air categories. He is the organization’s all-time leader in passing yards (59,735), touchdown passes (367), and completions (5,242). ryan is also in the top-10 NFL in passing yards (7th, 62,792) and passing touchdowns (9th, 381).