GREEN BAY - Ryan Longwell plans to retire as a Green Bay Packer.
The kicker, who played in Green Bay from 1997 until 2005, last played in 2011 with the Minnesota Vikings.
Longwell scored 1,054 points during his nine years in Green Bay, a team record. He also holds the team records for field goals (226), field-goal percentage (81.6), seasons leading the team in field goals (9), extra points (376), 100-point seasons (8) and consecutive games scoring (144).
Longwell's 964 points between 1997 and 2004 led the NFL.
Longwell is set to officially retire as a Packer at a Tuesday morning news conference. FOX 11 Sports will be there and will have complete details later in the day on fox11online.com, as well as on FOX 11 News at Five and Nine.
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