Chris Long called it a career over the weekend on Twitter, announcing he was going to retire from the game, finishing his 11-year career with 70 sacks and 15 forced fumbles over 162 games played.

The two-time Super Bowl champion was open and honest with the team about his status throughout the offseason, and decided to hang it up instead of searching for another team.

Meanwhile, Eagles OTA's begin this week, their franchise quarterback, Carson Wentz, is expected to "be involved in the majority of all work," per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.

Today's Football At Four Segment with John McMullen on The Sports Bash, Mike, Ryan and John McMullen discussed Chris Long retirement, Carson Wentz being ready for OTA's and more.