Report: Fred Taylor will retire a Jaguar on Friday

Running back Fred Taylor will reportedly Union.

"I want to thank every1 who has directly or indirectly supported my career and help shape my character #SaluteYou Love u All Gators/Jags/Pats," Taylor said on his Twitter account.

Taylor spent 11 seasons with the Jaguars and is the franchise's all-time rushing leader with 11,271 yards. He also ranks third in team history in receptions with 286 (for 2,361 yards.)

The Florida product notched 1,000-yard seasons seven times with the Jaguars, including a franchise-record 1,572 on 345 rushing attempts in 2003.

Originally selected ninth overall in the 1998 draft, Taylor set a Jaguars rookie record with 1,223 rushing yards.

The Jaguars released Taylor after the 2008 season and he played the next two years with the Patriots.

Over 153 career games, Taylor rushed for 11,695 yards and 66 touchdowns. He also caught 290 passes for 2,384 yards and eight TDs.