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Willie Parker retires as a Steeler


Clinton's officially retired from football tonight, and he did it with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Parker returned to training camp to call it a career, retiring with the organization that he was with for six years. Parker rushed for over 1,000 yards in 2005 through 2007 after taking over for Jerome Bettis as the Steelers' starting halfback. (WECT)

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