Breaking: Chicago Bears Confirm The Departure Of Another Top Experienced Man

Former Chicago Bears running back announces his NFL retirement.
During his three seasons with the Bears, Nall, who was previously signed as an undrafted free agent, played in 33 games and gained 12 yards on 6 rushes and 71 yards and 1 score on 9 receptions.

“You never know when it’s time,” Nall posted on social media. “I’m giving up on playing football. I appreciate all of your love and support throughout the years.

Throughout his career, Nall was a fan favorite and an annual preseason star in addition to serving as a backup running back and special teams contributor. In a 2020 defeat to the Tennessee Titans, he ended with four receptions for 35 yards, which was his finest game.


Nall signed with the Dallas Cowboys in 2022 after his time with the Bears expired, however he was not added to the roster. In 2024, he made another attempt to play in the United Football League with the Houston Roughnecks, but he was not selected.

Nall attended Oregon State for his college ball career before entering the NFL. With 951 running yards, 169 receiving yards, and 15 total touchdowns in 2016, he had his greatest season to date.

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