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Redskins staple Fletcher says '99 percent' chance he retires

Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher
LB London Fletcher has started 213 games in a row for the Redskins.
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ASHBURN, Va. (AP)

Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher, one of the most durable players in NFL history, says there's a ''99 percent'' chance he'll retire at the end of the season.

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Fletcher announced Wednesday that Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys will almost certainly be his final home game in the NFL.

He held out a one percent chance that he'll return next year - just in case he has a change of heart.

The 38-year-old undrafted player from Division III John Carroll has never missed a game in the NFL. He has played in 254 consecutive games, the longest streak by a defensive player since the 1970 merger. He's also started 213 in a row, the all-time mark for a linebacker.

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