It's been known that the 44-year-old punter was calling it quits since the Giants drafted East Carolina's Matt Dodge last weekend, but he'll make it official at a press conference tomorrow. The final numbers of Feagles's career: a record 352 consecutive games — he didn't miss a single game in his 22 seasons — plus the record for punts (1,713), yards (71,211), and punts inside the twenty (554, or 497 since the stat became official in 1991). Shutdown Corner has a bunch of Jeff Feagles fun facts, but here's our favorite: He's the last remaining player who appeared in Tecmo Super Bowl. End of an era, indeed.
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