The 48-year-old is resigning with four Super Bowl titles
Future Hall of Famer and one of the best, if not the best, kicker ever, Adam Vinatieri formally reported his retirement on Wednesday after 24 seasons in the alliance. The 48-year-old kicker made the declaration on the Pat McAfee show.
Vinatieri began his profession with the New England Patriots, really starting off their first line. His pivotal kicks helped the group win their initial three titles. He at that point went to the Indianapolis Colts, where he won one Super Bowl.
Vinatieri went from being undrafted in 1996 to being NFL’s untouched driving scorer. He is a three-time Pro Bowler, has the most back to back field objectives made with 44, the most vocation field objectives made with 599 and the most consolidated ordinary season and postseason games played with 397, to list a couple details on his resume.
No. 4 was known for being grip, and whether the ball resembled a block from the cold and regardless of the pressing factor of the circumstance, he was consistently dependable.
Following his declaration, the NFL world pondered his title profession and shared recollections they had with the champ. Here are a few tweets about his time in the association:
Game on the line, you need Vinatieri arranging to kick a field objective.
Julian Edelman, who additionally resigned this offseason, is saving Vinatieri a spot at the “old timers home.” Edelman likewise posted about Vinatieri on his Instagram story.