Defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson was released by the New York Jets on Wednesday, ending the one-time Pro Bowl selection’s stint with the team that drafted him in the first round in 2011.

Wilkerson was the Jets’ highest-paid player and was in the middle of a five-year deal worth $86 million.

Jets’ Forte retires

Running back Matt Forte announced his retirement from playing after 10 NFL seasons Wednesday.

Forte’s 9,796 yards rushing rank him 33rd on the NFL’s career list.

He also set the league record for running backs with 102 catches in 2014.

Colts to drop Gore

Indianapolis General Manager Chris Ballard announced the Colts do not intend to re-sign 34-year-old running back Frank Gore, a soon-to-be free agent ranked No. 5 in career rushing.

Bears release Glennon

Bears General Manager Ryan Pace revealed the team will be releasing quarterback Mike Glennon on the first day of the NFL’s new league year in March, as well as outside linebacker Willie Young.

Panthers cut Stewart

The Carolina Panthers have released running back Jonathan Stewart. Stewart became the franchise’s career rushing leader in 2017, finishing with 7,318 rushing yards.

Dolphins want Landry

Dolphins coach Adam Gase said he wants wide receiver Jarvis Landry to be part of the team in 2018.

The Dolphins reportedly talked with Landry’s representatives Wednesday to work further on a multiyear contract.

The Dolphins put the non-exclusive franchise tag on Landry, enabling him to negotiate with other teams and sign an offer sheet, which the Dolphins have the right to match.