Kicker Phil Dawson retired as a Brown player

A veteran of more than 20 years decided to retire.

On Thursday, Brown officially announced that Phil Dawson jersey, who spent most of his 21 years playing for Brown, would sign a one-day contract with the team and retire as a Brown player.

Dawson said: “It means a lot to me to have a chance to go home and retire from my favorite team and city. The fans are sincere to me and my family. They deserve it.”

Phil Dawson 44 jerseys, signed Brown in 1999 and won a position kicker job at the training camp that year. He played for Brown for 14 years, then for 49ers, and for the Cardinals in the last two years. But he was the brightest in Brown’s day, twice in the best squad, once in the career bowl.

Dawson also has many team history records: career free-kick hits, free-kick hits, single season and single free-kick hits, consecutive free-kick hits and so on.

Dawson has played 305 regular season matches in his career, ranking 7th in league history. He has completed 441 free kicks, ranked 8th in history, scored 1847, ranked 11th in history, and scored 83.8% of free kicks, ranked 16th in history.