Buffalo Bills linebacker A.J. Tarpley is sort of like Peyton Manning in that he is retiring from the NFL on a high note.
The last play of Tarpley's career was a game-clinching interception of New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick in the final game of the season.
While that might not be quite as epic as Manning ending what is certain to be a Hall of Fame career by winning a second Super Bowl ring, Tarpley didn't get the chance to reach the kind of heights the 40-year-old former Denver Broncos quarterback did during his 17-year career.
Tarpley is 23. He announced Wednesday he's retiring after only one year in the NFL because of...