Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Former LSU offensive tackle K.J. Malone has decided to retire from football, according to Chron.com.

Malone, whose father is NBA Hall of Famer Karl Malone, signed with the Texans as an undrafted free agent.
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Two days in the NFL was enough for former LSU offensive tackle K.J. Malone.

The undrafted rookie and son of NBA Hall of Fame forward Karl Malone was placed on the reserve retired list

Malone had trained locally at Plex with veteran trainer Danny Arnold and Hall of Fame offensive lineman Bruce Matthews.

Malone Jr., was a four-star recruit from Ruston, La., and a two-year starter.

He missed six games last season with a knee injury, starting the first six games at left tackle.


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K.J. Malone made the right decision because if your heart is not in professional football you cannot play it. So instead of ending your career as an OT end your career as a retired Chief Superintendent of Police. Good luck to you K.J. and may success follow you where ever you go.
Reply5 months
To all the gentlemen below this post, well said. He goes out a winner and on his own terms. K.J. will be successful
Reply5 months
He is winner and has lots of other things he will prosper at. Rather that messing his body up to camp he said it’s time
Reply5 months
Good luck to you, dude.
Reply5 months
Not surprising...time to move on with life and into whatever career opportunities present themselves. Thanks for being a Tiger!
Reply5 months
Good luck big guy.
Reply5 months
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