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Former Saskatchewan Roughrider Rob Bagg retires from football

Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver Rob Bagg (6) looks on during first half CFL action against the Calgary Stampeders, in Regina on Aug. 19, 2018. .
Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver Rob Bagg (6) looks on during first half CFL action against the Calgary Stampeders, in Regina on Aug. 19, 2018. . Matt Smith / The Canadian Press

After 11 seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, wide receiver Rob Bagg is calling it quits.

The 34-year-old made the announcement through Twitter on Tuesday.

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Bagg recorded 4,705 yards and 24 touchdowns on 364 catches in 143 CFL games.

READ MORE: Rob Bagg excited to be back with the Saskatchewan Roughriders

“To my brothers, every single player that put on the green and white in the last 11 years, thank you,” Bagg said in his Twitter post.

“To me, there has been few better feelings than knowing I had your back and you had mine. It truly was an honour to take the field with you and I will always consider you family.”

WATCH: (August 2018) Receiver Rob Bragg speaks on return to Riders 

Receiver Rob Bragg speaks on return to Riders
Receiver Rob Bragg speaks on return to Riders

Bagg spent his college career at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont. and went undrafted in 2007.

In 2008, Bagg made the Roughriders out of training camp.

Bagg said in his post that he will begin a career in real estate in Kingston.

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