Adam Vinatieri is a legend in the NFL. At 46 years old, the kicker has won four Super Bowls, he's kicked Super Bowl-winning field goals, and he also holds the NFL record for scoring the most points of any player in league history. Vinatieri is coming off his 23rd season in the league, where he made 23 of his 27 field goals. Although, in the team's playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Vinatieri missed the shortest field goal of his career and missed an extra-point to boot. 

Despite the poor playoff performance, Vinatieri is still in high demand and according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the kicker is set to sign a one-year deal with the Indianapolis Colts to come back for his 24th season in the league.

Vinatieri's storied career has had many calling him a lock for the hall of fame and that he is one of the greatest kickers of all time. Before joining the Colts, Vinatieri won three Super Bowls with the New England Patriots in 2002, 2004, and 2005.

He has made 582 field goals and once made 44 straight without missing which are both league records. His career field goal percentage is 84.2%.