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Curtis Martin

41-Year-Old Running Back – Free Agent

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HT: 5'11    WT: 205   DOB: 5/1/1973  College: University of Pittsb  Show ContractHide Contract

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Curtis Martin Contract Information:

Signed an eight-year contract extension worth $46 million in August 2002. Quietly had his contract re-worked in August of 2006. This was also re-structured in July of 2007. He retired in July 2007.

July 26, 2007  –  Curtis Martin News

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Martin officially announced his retirement on Thursday, the Associated Press reports.

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Curtis Martin NFL Stats
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Curtis Martin: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

Martin (knee) will officially announce his retirement within the next two days, according to the New York Post.

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The Jets are expected to make Martin's retirement official with a formal announcement before training camp begins.
Martin (knee) has restructured his contract with the Jets, a likely precursor to his retirement, according to the New York Daily News.

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Martin (knee) is considering a comeback, according to the New York Daily News. Martin, 34, has been working out twice a week at the Jets' facility, "keeping my options open and trying to make sure I stay in shape."

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The organization went into the offseason thinking Martin, who hasn't played since 2005, would make an announcement by June1. From all indications, they're giving him plenty of space, allowing him to set his own timetable. Things could get sticky if it drags to training camp; the Jets appear set at running back, especially with the addition of Thomas Jones.
Martin (knee) seems resigned to the fact that his career is over, the New York Daily News reports.

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The Jets will get a $9.15 million cap break if Martin (knee) winds up retiring, according to the Associated Press.

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Martin (knee) publicly conceded on Wednesday that he won't be playing this season, the Associated Press reports. "I'm officially not playing this year," Martin said. "Retirement -- that may be the inevitable result. I just haven't gotten there yet."

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Martin (knee) has decided to end his comeback attempt for 2006, a person familiar with the situation told the New York Daily News Tuesday.

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Although Martin, 33, isn't expected to announce his retirement at this point, it's highly unlikely he will play again. It's even more unlikely he'll be back with the Jets, who are trying to rebuild with younger players under new coach Eric Mangini.

RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Curtis Martin.

2006

He's a future Hall of Famer, a class act, and one of our alltime favorites, but the fantasy value on Martin is all but dried up. He had injury problems all during 2005, and the buzz into August 2006 is that a knee problem could encourage (if not force) Martin into premature retirement. If Martin does make it on the field, it's doubtful he'll get the every-down treatment he received in his heyday. On the positive side, the Jets offensive line has to be improved from the horror show we saw in 2005.

2005

It doesn’t make much sense, but somehow the 5-11, 205-pound Martin at age 31 and with a whopping 2,927 career carries coming into the season had the best year of his Hall-of-Fame career. Martin not only carried the ball a career-high 371 times, but he averaged more yards per carry (4.6) than ever before. And he scored 14 touchdowns to boot, including a respectable eight in 18 tries from inside the five yard line (fifth best out of 14 players with 15 chances or more). Finally, Martin fumbled just twice, neither of which was lost. And despite his modest stature, Martin is incredibly durable, missing only four games due to injury in his career, and none since 1998. Naturally, Martin has lost some of the quickness and burst he had earlier in his career – his longest run from scrimmage was just 25 yards – but he’s still able to hit holes effectively and make cutbacks when lanes open. Martin is also an effective pass catcher, nabbing 40 or more receptions for the ninth consecutive season. Now that Lamont Jordan is gone, Martin isn’t as likely to be spelled at the goal line (which he was in 2003) because, unlike Jordan, his current backup, Derrick Blaylock, is even smaller than Martin. As a result, Martin should continue to get the bulk of the important touches in what should be an improved Jets attack with Laveranues Coles back in the fold and Chad Pennington presumably healthy. Of course, if you’re into worrying about workload, only Emmitt Smith, Walter Payton and Jerome Bettis have had more carries, so you’re in largely uncharted waters here.

2004

Now 9-for-9 in 1,000-yard seasons, the future Hall of Famer is sanctified in NFL circles but is merely fantasy flotsam. Lamont Jordan would almost certainly be more productive. Alas, Jets fans may never find out, as Jordan is approaching free agency and Martin’s a cap albatross.

2003

Martin had just 1,456 total yards last year, tying for his least productive season, but he still got into the end zone seven times and kept his fantasy owners fairly happy. Some people expected Martin to lose goal-line carries to LaMont Jordan during the year, but No. 28 still got the nod more often than not, outscoring Jordan 7 to 3. Bottom line, Martin's days as a premier back might be gone for good, but he's clearly got enough in the tank to be a solid No. 2 back for anyone's fantasy club. With Chad Pennington quarterbacking the Jets from Day 1 this year, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Martin tack on two to four more touchdowns for 2003.