Former NFL receiver Brandon Lloyd announced his retirement from the NFL Thursday.
"I am so thankful for the years I spent in the NFL," Lloyd said in a statement released by his agency. "I do not have one regret, and I am blessed to leave the game in such a healthy and happy place."
In his statement, Lloyd thanked Josh McDaniels for "truly believing" in him, and he acknowledged players including Kyle Orton and Champ Bailey.
Former Niner/Redskin/Bear/Bronco/Ram/Patriot WR Brandon Lloyd announces his retirement. Here's the press release: pic.twitter.com/Di6fEHVeZo— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) October 22, 2015
Lloyd, 34, spent two and a half seasons in Denver and had a career year in 2010, leading the NFL with 1,448 receiving yards. Lloyd also caught 11 touchdown passes that season, a team high.
Lloyd was traded away to St. Louis midway through the following season, and he most recently played for the 49ers in 2014. He ends his eleven-year career with 399 receptions for 5,989 yards and 36 scores.
This photo of Brandon Lloyd doesn’t get enough credit for how amazing/hilarious it is. pic.twitter.com/q7RZaa6fAZ— Phillip Barnett (@regularbarnett) October 20, 2015
Lloyd was known for his "Can't see me" wave and his aerobatic catches, wowing fans with Odell Beckham Jr.-esque snags before they were in vogue.
Enjoy retirement, Brandon.