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If it is the end for him then congrats on a nice and memorable career. I still respect what he did to MB and the Bengals. He did more than anyone to shed on a national level just how poorly run the Bengals franchise is/was. Unfortunately it has not lead to many or even any changes, but it is what it is.
He was not very good last season though and was part of the problem in Arizona. He wasn't awful (i.e. his yardage numbers were fine), but he just wasn't efficient enough for the present day NFL QB, especially in a Bruce Arians offense and a team that had the second leading rusher in the NFL.