PITTSBURGH — The Steelers' offensive line will be missing a familiar face next season.
G Ramon Foster announced his retirement earlier this week.
Foster, 34, had started at least 14 games in each of the last 9 seasons with Pittsburgh.
After joining the Steelers in 2009, Foster ascended to become a starter in 2011, and never looked back.
Despite never making a Pro Bowl or winning an award, Foster was incredibly durable and appeared in 11 playoff games for the team.
Foster responded to the team's announcement on social media:
Now, the team will need to find a new starting guard.