There haven't been many, but there have been a few....Bill Shockley kicked briefly for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1960's and there was also Gene Mingo who kicked for the Broncos and Raiders. Most recently, Donald Igwebuike handled the kicking duties for the 1990 Vikings.
Another was Horace Gillom, a great punter in the AAFC and the NFL, who punted for the championship Cleveland Browns teams from 1946-1956. He was from Massillon, Ohio and the University of Nevada. He led the NFL in punting in 1951 and was considered the best in football.
Reggie Roby, punter whose career spanned 1983-1998.
Donald Igwebuike was a kicker for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1985-1990.
No, there has never been a women to play in the NFL. There have been several women kickers in college, but none in the NFL.
there is no black kicker
Mason Crosby is the worst kicker in the NFL. He has never had a season with at least an 80% on his field goals.
Yes, there has been one woman who has tried out for the NFL. Lauren Silberman tried out for the position of kicker in 2013 but did not make the cut.
Morten Andersen with 2544 and is also the highest scoring player of any position ever
== == Mark Moseley of the Redskins is the only place kicker to win the NFL MVP award. The year was 1982.