PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia Eagles punter Donnie Jones ended his 14-year NFL career as he announced his retirement on Tuesday morning. Jones spent the last five years with the birds.
Jones was a seventh-round draft pick by the Seattle Seahawks back in 2004.
In his career, in addition to the Eagles and Seahawks, Jones was a member of the Miami Dolphins, Houston Texans, and St. Louis Rams organizations.
During his tenure in Philly, Jones set the record for most regular season games played by a punter.