Ex-Titans kicker Josh Lambo announces retirement

Former Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo has announced his retirement from the NFL.

Lambo took to Twitter on Friday morning to break the news, which marks the end of his eight-year career in the league, where he spent time with the Chargers, Jaguars and Titans.

An undrafted free-agent signing of the Chargers in 2016, Lambo spent two years there before moving on to play for the Jaguars for another five. He then spent the final year of his career with the Titans, albeit in a very brief stint.

Lambo appeared in one game for Tennessee in 2022 after being signed to the practice squad. He did not attempt a field goal but made three of four extra points in a Week 11 win over the Green Bay Packers, a game that saw starting kicker Randy Bullock sit because of injury.

Lambo infamously made headlines in 2022, when he filed a lawsuit against the Jaguars for a “hostile work environment”, with one of the accusations being then-head coach Urban Meyer once kicked him in practice.

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Story originally appeared on Titans Wire