Arian Foster's comeback campaign lasted all of four games with the Miami Dolphins.
The four-time Pro Bowl selection retired from the NFL on Monday following a second consecutive disappointing performance in platoon action for the Dolphins (3-4).
Foster, who signed a one-year, incentive-laden deal with the Dolphins in the offseason, was attempting to come back from an Achilles injury that limited him to four games with the Houston Texans last season. Foster, who rushed for 6,527 yards and scored 68 touchdowns in his eight-year NFL career, announced his retirement on the Uninterrupted website.
"There comes a time in every athlete's career where their...