Veteran K Stephen Hauschka announced via his Instagram account on Friday that he’s retiring from the NFL after 13 seasons in the league.
Hauschka, 35, originally signed on with the Vikings as an undrafted free agent back in 2008. He bounced around a bit with the Ravens, Falcons, Lions and Broncos before he was eventually claimed off of waivers by the Seahawks in 2011.
Hauschka spent the next six seasons in Seattle, but was replaced in 2015 after they elected to sign Blair Walsh to a contract. Hauschka later signed a three-year, $8.85 million deal with the Bills.
He had a brief stint for the Jaguars this season.
For his career, Hauschka appeared in 166 games and converted 264 of 310 attempts (85.2 percent) to go along with 357 of 373 extra point tries (95.7) over the course of 13 years.