Aaron Maybin retires from the CFL
Unless he joins a league at a lower level than the Canadian Football League, it appears the football career of former Buffalo Bills first-round pick Aaron Maybin is over. The Toronto Argonauts announced Tuesday afternoon that Maybin has retired from the CFL, just under seven months removed from him signing with the organization.
Maybin was the 11th pick of the 2009 NFL Draft, never living up to his top billing in his time at Buffalo. Through two seasons Maybin appeared in 27 games over two seasons with the Bills, making only one start, 36 total tackles and no sacks.
He saw all of his NFL success in 2011 with the New York Jets, bringing down the quarterback six different times during that campaign. The Jets released him after only one year, and he hooked on with Cincinnati in 2012 before ultimately being released ahead of the 2014 season.
The 6-foot-4, 237-pound Maybin retires from football at the age of 26. He is widely considered as one of the biggest busts in Bills' history.
**Photo courtesy of the AP
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