After a successful career spanning seven years in the NFL, Josh Lambo, the former kicker for the Jacksonville Jaguars, has announced his retirement on Twitter. Lambo’s decision to retire comes as a surprise to many of his fans who have watched him throughout his career as one of the most reliable kickers in the league.
In his tweet, Lambo expressed gratitude for his time in professional sports, stating that “four years in MLS and seven in the NFL have led me to things I could only dream of.” He also shared his plans to help others achieve their goals through motivational speaking and writing.
During his time in the NFL, Lambo played for three different teams, including the San Diego Chargers, the Los Angeles Chargers, and the Jacksonville Jaguars. He is best known for his consistent performance on the field, having made 159 out of 184 field goal attempts and 165 out of 171 extra point attempts during his career.
Lambo’s retirement marks the end of a successful career in professional sports, but it also presents an exciting new chapter for him as he moves into motivational speaking and writing. With his experience as a professional athlete and his dedication to helping others, Lambo is sure to make an impact in his new career.
As Lambo looks forward to this new chapter in his life, his fans and fellow athletes alike are left with fond memories of his impressive performance on the field and his contributions to the sport of football. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.