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Birk on retiring: 'We'll see, we'll see'

St. Paul native Matt Birk is considering retirement after the Baltimore Ravens lost to New England in Sunday’s AFC title game. Birk, who is 35, says he’ll make his decision with his family in the coming weeks.
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St. Paul native Matt Birk is considering retirement after the Baltimore Ravens lost to New England in Sunday’s AFC title game. Birk, who is 35, says he’ll make his decision with his family in the coming weeks.

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