One of the games best fullbacks has decided to hang it up and call it a career on Wednesday in John Kuhn.

Kuhn spent the final two seasons of his career in New Orleans (2016/2017) after he was hurt last season. He played most of his career in Green Bay for the Packers where he'll sign a one-day contract in order to retire a Packer. He spent nine seasons in the cheese state of Wisconsin where he racked up 601 yards rushing and 557 yards receiving in a Packers uniform and added 23 total touchdowns. He scored 15 of those touchdowns on the ground and eight through the air.

In addition, he added three Pro Bowl appearances and a first-team All-Pro nod in 2014 as well and of course, Kuhn was a part of the Packers’ victory in Super Bowl XLV defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Kuhn played in just 18 games over those two seasons with the Saints as he recorded 29 yards rushing, 70 receiving, and two total touchdowns.

He'll always be known as more of a blocker but in his time in Green Bay especially he was extremely versatile and of course a folk hero, KUUUHHHHNNNNNNN!


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