Family, age propelled Darian Durant to retire

With a new baby in the family and his wife's busy schedule, quarterback Darian Durant said it made sense to call it a day after 12 years in the CFL. But it's not just his family, Durant told CBC Radio — his body just isn't responding the way it used to, the 35-year-old said. "I just decided to spend a lot more time with my family and move on to the next chapter of life." (

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