Former Eagles wide receiver and member of player development Harold Carmichael retired from his role as Fan Engagement Liaison for the organization, the team announced on Thursday.

Carmichael, 65, will still be involved with the Eagles and serve as an ambassador.

The 6-foot-8 wideout was selected by the Eagles out of Southern University in the seventh round (161st overall) of the 1971 NFL Draft.

His career lasted 180 regular-season and seven playoff games over 13 seasons in Philadelphia and ended with two forgettable games as a member of the Dallas Cowboys.

The four-time Pro Bowler helped the Eagles reach the postseason four times, including a trip to Super Bowl XV.

Carmichael still holds franchise records for receptions (589), receiving yards (8,978) and receiving touchdowns (79).

After retiring from is playing career in 1984, Carmichael served in the role of player development until 2014 when he moved to Fan Engagement Liaison.

Carmichael was inducted to the Eagles Hall of Fame in 1987.