After Kiko Alonso announces his retirement, the NFL World responds.

The linebacker Kiko Alonso played for four different teams over the course of six NFL seasons. He's decided to retire at this point.

According to WWLTV's Brooke Kirchhofer, the former PFWA Defensive Rookie of the Year announced his retirement after just one training camp practise.

When Alonso turned social media into a vocation, the NFL community became involved. Good work, Kiko," one of the users said.

Barstool NOLA tweeted, "I'm pretty sure I stayed out later on my prom night than Kiko did with the Saints." I'll always remember this catch for some reason.

Kiko Alonso, who was selected by Buffalo in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft, played for the Bills, Dolphins, Eagles, and Saints during the course of his career.

Alonso took part in one practise during the New Orleans training camp before making a decision.

Alonso tore his ACL just before the start of his second season, keeping him out of action for the whole next year.

He was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles ahead of the 2015 campaign in exchange for LeSean McCoy.

After just one season in Philadelphia, he was traded to the Miami Dolphins. At least 115 total tackles were made by Alonso in each of his three seasons at Miami.