Longtime NFL linebacker Scott Fujita signed a one-day contract with the New Orleans Saints on Monday in order to retire as a member of the team with which he won a Super Bowl.

Always the showman, Fujita announced his retirement in the Andes Mountains at scenic Machu Picchu.

Though the veteran linebacker played with four teams during his 10 year career, his most memorable seasons were 2006-2009 as a member of the New Orleans Saints. Saints fans remember Fujita as the captain of the defense that gave the organization its first Super Bowl championship. Fujita signed with the Cleveland Browns in 2010 and played two seasons before deciding to rejoin the Saints and announce his retirement.

[via CBS Sports]