Matt Stover’s career began in 1991 as a member of the old version of the Cleveland Browns under Bill Belichick. Twenty years later, his career will officially end when he retires a member of the Ravens.
Stover was out of football in 2010. He spent 18 years with the Browns/Ravens before helping out the Colts during their Super Bowl run during 2009. He retires fourth all time in points and field goals; he made one Pro Bowl and won a Super Bowl.
The Ravens say they will make an additional announcement about Stover and the team at his press conference Thursday.