Cal offensive lineman Daniel Juarez decided to retire because of health issues, he announced via a Twitter post late Sunday. After consulting with the staff about multiple lower body injuries, Juarez made the decision to stop playing football. Juarez, who wasn’t on the two-deep depth chart released by Cal after spring practice, will remain on scholarship for the rest of his time as a student.
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