Sam Koch announces his retirement from the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL

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Former Nebraska punter Sam Koch announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday after 16 seasons. Koch said in a video posted by the Baltimore Ravens on Twitter. “Having someone they can look up to and know that was my dad, that was my husband, that was my son means the world to me.” Koch, a native of York, Nebraska, played for the Ravens from 2006 to 2021. He ranks ninth all-time in league history in punts (1,168) and seventh in punt yardage (52,868). -Pro honor in 2015. Koch threw for the Huskers in 2004 and 2005, averaging 44.0 yards per punt in two seasons. He was drafted by the Ravens in the 6th round of the 2006 NFL Draft with the 203rd overall pick.

Former Nebraska punter Sam Koch announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday after 16 seasons.

“I wanted to come in and represent the name on the back of this jersey and on the front of this jersey, not only for me, but especially for my family,” Koch said in a video posted by the Baltimore Ravens on Twitter. “Having someone they can look up to and know that was my dad, that was my husband, that was my son means the world to me.”

Koch, a native of York, Nebraska, played for the Ravens from 2006-2021. He ranks ninth all-time in league history in punts (1,168) and seventh in punts. punt yardage (52,868).

He had three punts for 141 yards in Baltimore’s 34-31 victory over San Francisco in Super Bowl XLVII in 2013 and earned second-team All-Pro honors in 2015.

Koch kicked for the Huskers in 2004 and 2005, averaging 44.0 yards per punt in two seasons. He was drafted by the Ravens in the 6th round of the 2006 NFL Draft with the 203rd overall pick.

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