On Saturday, Green Packers Packers tight end, Martellus Bennett, posted an Instagram story saying that he is considering retirement after this season. This news was a surprising development given that he is only 30 and recently signed a multiyear contract in free agency with the team. Meanwhile, the Houston Texans finally get left tackle Duane Brown back for week eight as he ended his holdout.

Bennett suggests that he will retire after season

Martellus Bennett posted on Instagram yesterday that: “After conversations with my family, I'm pretty sure that these next eight games will be the conclusion of my NFL career.

To everyone that has poured themselves and time into my life and career. These next games are for you. Thank you.”

A Packers source told ESPN's Rob Demovsky that the team is aware of his possible retirement after the 2017-18 season. Ever since he signed with the team, Bennett has kept his home in Long Grove, Illinois. In the offseason, during spring OTAs he said that “It's only two-and-a-half hours from here, so it's been a blessing”, in regards to being able to visit his wife and daughter.

The 30-year-old tight end is currently in his 10th season in the NFL.

This past offseason he signed a three-year, $21 million contract with the Green Bay Packers in free agency. This season he has 24 receptions for 233 yards. In 142 career games, Bennett has 427 receptions for 4,520 yards and 30 touchdowns. He made his solo Pro Bowl appearance with the Chicago Bears in 2014 and help the New England Patriots win the Super Bowl last year.

Duane Brown returns to Texans

On Saturday, the Houston Texans announced that they had added left tackle Duane Brown to their active roster before their matchup against the Seattle Seahawks.

In order to make room for him, they released tackle Kendall Lamm, who played in five games this season, starting one.

Brown finally returned to the team on Monday, ending his long holdout over a contract dispute. He currently only has one season remaining on his deal after this year. His return comes as Chris Clark, who has been starting at left tackle, is dealing with a groin injury and likely will not play on Sunday.

Brown, who is the longest-tenured player on the team, is in his 10th season in the NFL. The Texans drafted him in the first-round of the 2008 draft out of Virgina. He has played in 132 career games, making three Pro Bowls, one All-Pro First-Team, and one All-Pro Second-Team.