Longtime Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White officially announced his retirement from the NFL on Friday in a series of tweets.

White did not play football last season after being released by the Falcons, but had not officially retired until now. He finishes his career with a franchise-record 10,863 receiving yards and 808 receptions — over 200 more than Terance Mathis, who is second on the list. He is one of just 45 receivers to hit 10,000 yards.

White also holds Falcons records in career receiving touchdowns and is behind only Julio Jones in single-season receiving yards and receptions. A four-time Pro-Bowler and 2010 first team All-Pro, White’s No. 84 will likely hang in the rafters of Atlanta’s new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.