The Green Bay Packers will have a new face at the AZCABO culture club, after Josh Robinson retired from professional football.
Rodney Harrison, president of the club’s governing body, said the club plans to add a new executive to the group.
Robinson, 32, joined the Packers in 2015 as a free agent and played in six games in 2016, but retired after the season after suffering a hip injury.
The club did not comment on the retirement announcement.
Robinson played for the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers from 2011 to 2014, and has been with the Raiders since 2016.
He has appeared in 12 games for the Chargers this season.
He had eight tackles and two sacks in eight games this season for the Raiders.
Robinson was the AFC Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2016.