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Thankful Derek Anderson tweets about decision to retire from Bills

Derek Anderson informed the NFL of his intention to retire last week.

Anderson spent part of last season with the Buffalo Bills, serving as a mentor to rookie Josh Allen and appearing in two games.

Anderson, who turns 36 next month, had re-signed with the Bills after the season but indicated recently to the team that he was thinking of retiring.

He took to Twitter on Monday to thank those who helped his career, noting "it took a village."

Here is Anderson's message:

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