Former Detroit Lions Quarterback Dan Orlovsky Announces Retirement

Dan Orlovsky was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2005 and served as a backup for the majority of his season.

Over the course of his 12-seasons in the NFL he has played for the Detroit Lions (twice), Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and most recently the Los Angeles Rams.

Looking back on the career of Orlovsky, one of his most memorable moment was when he ran out of the back of his own end zone in 2008 against Minnesota. Dan Orlovsky ends his NFL career with 58.2% completion percentage, 3, 132 passing yards and a 15/13 TD/INT ratio. We wish Dan the best in his future outside of football.

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