Ryan Switzer has officially called it an end to his career in the NFL at age 27. The announcement was made early Monday morning on his Twitter account.

Switzer was originally selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He played for them for one season.

the Cowboys had just the equivalent of 41 yards in receiving from six receptions.

Ryan Switzer Announces

He was then signed by his team the Steelers at the end of August in 2018 following the Cowboys swapping him for an undrafted fifth-rounder in the 2019 draft.

Switzer was with the Steelers for two seasons and ended up with 280 yards and one touchdown on 55 receptions.

The majority of those numbers were recorded in the 2018 season when he was utilized more frequently in the offensive.

Then he was a part of his team the Cleveland Browns but never saw any game time.

Ryan Switzer Announces

Before Switzer was chosen by the Cowboys He played for North Carolina for four seasons (2013-16).

Ryan Switzer

The final season of his college career ended with 2903 yards of receiving and 19 touchdowns on the 243 receptions.