By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Atlanta Falcons kicker Matt Bryant says he has no plans on retiring. He plans on playing during the 2019 season.
Bryant is currently signed by the Falcons for the next two seasons. He will be 44-years-old in May.
He is the second-oldest player in the league. Indianapolis Colts kicker Adam Vinatieri — who recently re-signed a one-year deal with the franchise — will be 47-years-old during the season.
Bryant — who will be 44 on May 29th — has spent the last decade with the Falcons. When he suits up for the team in 2019, it’ll be his 11th season with the team.
He has appeared in 141 games with the Falcons. During his tenure, he has made 388 of 450 field goals.
This past season, he went 20 of 21 in field goal attempts. His longest field goal attempt that was made was 57 yards.
Besides playing for the Falcons, he also played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts, and the Miami Dolphins.
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