Longwell retires as a Packer

| August 12, 2013 | 0 Comments
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The Packers all-time leading scorer Ryan Longwell, who played with the Packers from 1997-2005, has retired as a Green Bay Packer. The team announced today, August 12th, that Longwell signed a 1 day contract to retire from Professional Football as a Packer. Longwell, who played his final 6 seasons (2006-11) in Minnesota, retires from the League as the 13th highest scoring player in NFL history with 1,687 career points, 1,054 of which came as a Packer, where he hit 226 field goals and 376 extra points.

In his career as a Packer, Ryan lead the team in scoring 9 consecutive seasons, a team record, and among many others consecutive games scoring, at 144.

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