Bailey played in his first and only Superbowl with the Broncos this past year in Superbowl XLVIII.
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The sure-fire Hall of Fame free agent CB Champ Bailey has decided to call it a career. Bailey, the 12-time Pro Bowl cornerback for Washington and Denver, has decided to retire, his agent has told multiple reporters.
There wasn’t much interest during the 2014 free agency period for the 36-year-old Bailey, who was cut by the Saints after spending the preseason in New Orleans. Bailey had tryouts with the Lions and Ravens but wasn’t sign by either team.
The seventh overall pick of the 1999 NFL draft, Bailey was named an All-Pro cornerback for Washington twice before he was traded to Denver in exchange for Clinton Portis and a second-round draft pick. Bailey was named All-Pro five more times in Denver and was chosen to the NFL’s All-Decade team for the 2000s.