Buffalo Bills star offensive lineman Isaac Asiata has retired, saying he is afraid “of the unknown” and citing anxiety as a reason, according to Fox News.
Asiata, who is 26, said “I have lived the last two years of my NFL career waging war with myself mentally. With constant anxiety, persistent worry and fear of the unknown and of what comes next? If I were to be done.”
Asiata played two seasons with the Miami Dolphins before being signed by the Bills this offseason.