David Baker resigned on Saturday from his role as the president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The announcement was shared via a press release that included comments from both Baker and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

In the release, Baker said he and his family wanted to move back home after spending time in Canton, Ohio. He also said he wanted to spend time with his family.

Though the move is effective immediately, Baker says he will still continue to be available for ceremonial duties “over the coming weeks ahead.”