Former Buffalo Bills defensive end Aaron Schobel reports from his home in Texas that he plans to stay retired. Schobel said he did get a call from an NFL team this offseason (not the Bills) and was flattered by the interest. But he's retired. Schobel, who will be 35 in September, finished his nine-year Bills career after the 2009 season with 78 sacks, second most in team history. Bruce Smith is first with 171. Phil Hansen is second with 61.5.