Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame receiver
has decided to retire from the
' front office, according to team spokesman Neal Gulkis.
Warfield served as the Browns' senior advisor to the general manager since 2004. His main responsibilities included college scouting, talent evaluation and special projects.
Warfield, who also worked for the Browns from 1981 to 1987 as Director of Player Relations, starred for the Browns from 1964-1969 and again from 1976-1977.
Warfield, an eight-time Pro Bowl player, spent five seasons with the Dolphins (1970-1974), catching 156 passes for 3,355 yards (21.5 average) and 33 touchdowns.
A member of the Dolphins' 1972 and 1973
championship teams, Warfield is one of only three Dolphins to score four touchdowns in a game, joining Mark Ingram (1994 against the New York Jets) and Ronnie Brown (2008 against New England).
His career receiving totals are: 427 catches, 8,565 yards (20.1 average) and 85 touchdowns.