The Packers announced that long snapper Rob Davis is retiring after 12 NFL seasons. Davis was the last remaining player on the Packers roster to play in there most recent Super Bowl in 1998. He will remain with the team and take on the front office role of director of player development.
About his retirement Rob Davis said "I'm very grateful for the opportunity to have played 11 years for the best organization in professional sports, and I look forward to making an impact on the players I will work with." and about staying with the Packer organization "This transition for me is an example of player development at work, as we try to assist players for life after football,".
Davis played 11 of his 12 NFL seasons with the Packers, his first season was played with the Chicago Bears in 1996. During his tenure with the Packers Davis played in 167 straight games which is the third longest streak in Packers history behind Brett Farve's 255 and Forrest Gregg's 187.
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