At least Brandon Stokley got the chance to end his career the same place it started.
The veteran wideout, who was placed on season-ending injured reserve with a concussion on Dec. 10, told The Denver Post he intends to retire at the end of the season.
Stokley, 37, played in six games for the Ravens this year, making 13 catches for 115 yards. He will finish his 15-year NFL career with 397 receptions for 5,339 yards and 39 touchdowns in 152 games.
Stokley was selected in the fourth round by Baltimore in 1999 and played 39 games over five total seasons with the Ravens. He made the first touchdown catch for them in Super Bowl XXXV, the team’s first championship.
He also played for the Broncos, Colts, Giants and Seahawks.