The Dallas cowboys will be losing a Pro Bowl offensive lineman this offseason.  Center Travis Frederick announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday evening.

Frederick, who missed the entire 2018 season with Guillain–Barré syndrome, played in every Cowboys game last season and was selected to his fifth Pro Bowl.

The former first-round pick back in 2013 is still struggling with the condition and cited an inability to play the game at the level he wanted.  

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