answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

Norm Johnson wore #9 for the Steelers between 1995-1998.

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2009-02-22 05:47:05
This answer is:
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
User Avatar
Study guides
๐Ÿ““
See all Study Guides
โœ๏ธ
Create a Study Guide

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What number was Norm Johnson for the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

Who was the Pittsburgh Steelers kicker in 1997?

Norm Johnson was the Steelers kicker from 1995 to 1998.


What former Pittsburgh Steelers kicker wore number 9 in Super Bowl XXX?

Norm Johnson


Who was the Pittsburgh Steelers kicker in Super bowl XXX?

Norm Johnson


Who was the Pittsburgh Steelers place kicker in 1997?

Norm Johnson was the Steeler place kicker for the Steelers from 1995-1998.


Who wore number 9 for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2005?

No Pittsburgh Steeler wore the number 9 in 2005. Norm Johnson (95-98) was the last Steeler to wear #9.


Who was the kicker for the Pittsburgh Steelers during Super Bowl XXX?

The Steelers kicker for Super Bowl XXX was Norm Johnson.


Who was the kicker for the Pittsburgh Steelers during their 1995 Super Bowl appearance?

Norm Johnson was the kicker for the Steelers during Super Bowl XXX.


Who were the past kickers for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Matt Bahr Gary Anderson Norm Johnson Roy Gerela Jeff Reed


Who set the record for the most points scored in a season for the Pittsburgh steelers with 141 points?

Place kicker Norm Johnson in 1995.


Who were all of the Pittsburgh Steelers kickers?

Jeff Reed Gary Anderson Roy Gerela Matt Bahr Shaun Suisham Norm Johnson


What is the Pittsburgh Steelers record for most field goals in a season?

As of the start of the 2011 season, that would be 34 set by Norm Johnson in 1995.


Who was the kicker for the Steelers during their 1995 Super Bowl XXX appearance?

That was Norm Johnson who spent 1995-1998 with the Steelers.


Did Dock Mosley score a touchdown for the Pittsburgh Steelers between 1968-1970?

There is no listing of a Dock Mosley on the Steelers all-time roster. There was a Norm Mosley that played in 1948 for the Steelers.


Did the Pittsburgh Steelers atempt an onside kick in super bowl 30?

Yes. After Norm Johnson kicked a field goal with 11:20 remaining in the 4th quarter to make the score 20-10 in favor of Dallas, the Steelers attempted an onside kick on the ensuing kickoff. Deon Figures recovered for the Steelers.


Who wore number 9 for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Drew Butler (12) Daniel Sepulveda (07-11) Norm Johnson (95-98) Matt Bahr (79-80) Dick Brown (69) John Foruria (67-68) George Kiick (40) Bush (35)


When was Norm Johnson born?

Norm Johnson was born on 1960-05-31.


What former Steeler wore number 9 in the Super Bowl 30?

norm Johnson


Who was the kicker for The Steelers in 1995?

That was Norm Johnson. He scored 141 points that season, converting all 39 of his PATs and making 34 out of 41 field goals.


Who wore number 9 for the steelers?

Drew Butler (12) Daniel Sepulveda (07-11) Norm Johnson (95-98) Matt Bahr (79-80) Dick Brown (69) John Foruria (67-68) George Kiick (40) Bush (35)


Who are some famous football players whose names begin with the letter V?

Norm Van Brocklin is a famous football quarterback. Michael Vick is an American football quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League.


What actors and actresses appeared in 1972 AFC Championship Game - 1972?

The cast of 1972 AFC Championship Game - 1972 includes: Bill Arnsparger as Himself - Miami Dolphins Defensive Coordinator Mel Blount as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Cornerback Terry Bradshaw as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Nick Buoniconti as Himself - Miami Dolphins Linebacker Bud Carson as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Coordinator Larry Csonka as Himself - Miami Dolphins Fullback Vern Den Herder as Himself - Miami Dolphins Defensive End Glen Edwards as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Free Safety Norm Evans as Himself - Miami Dolphins Tackle Marv Fleming as Himself - Miami Dolphins Tight End John Fuqua as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Fullback Roy Gerela as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Kicker Bob Griese as Himself - Miami Dolphins Quarterback Terry Hanratty as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Franco Harris as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Bob Heinz as Himself - Miami Dolphins Defensive Tackle Charlie Jones as Himself - Sideline Reporter Jim Kiick as Himself - Miami Dolphins Running Back Jon Kolb as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tackle Mike Kolen as Himself - Miami Dolphins Linebacker Bob Kuechenberg as Himself - Miami Dolphins Guard Jim Langer as Himself - Miami Dolphins Center Jim Mandich as Himself - Miami Dolphins Tight End Ray Mansfield as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center Ben McGee as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Tackle John McMakin as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tight End Earl Morrall as Himself - Miami Dolphins Quarterback Mercury Morris as Himself - Miami Dolphins Running Back Gerry Mullins as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tackle Chuck Noll as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Preston Pearson as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Kyle Rote as Himself - Color Commentator John Rowser as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Cornerback Howard Schnellenberger as Himself - Miami Dolphins Offensive Coordinator Larry Seiple as Himself - Miami Dolphins Punter Ron Shanklin as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Don Shula as Himself - Miami Dolphins Head Coach Bill Stanfill as Himself - Miami Dolphins Defensive End Doug Swift as Himself - Miami Dolphins Linebacker Howard Twilley as Himself - Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver Bobby Walden as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Punter Paul Warfield as Himself - Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver Dwight White as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive End Garo Yepremian as Himself - Miami Dolphins Kicker


What actors and actresses appeared in Super Bowl X - 1976?

The cast of Super Bowl X - 1976 includes: Rocky Bleier as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back Mel Blount as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Right Cornerback - Kick Returner Terry Bradshaw as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Tom Brookshier as Himself - Announcer Jim Clack as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Left Guard Doug Dennison as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Running Back Glen Edwards as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Right Safety - Punt Returner Toni Fritsch as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Kicker Jean Fugett as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Tight End Steve Furness as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Tackle Phyllis George as Herself - Studio Host Roy Gerela as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Kicker Gordon Gravelle as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Right Tackle Randy Grossman as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Tight End Terry Hanratty as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Franco Harris as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Running back Thomas Henderson as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Linebacker Ernie Holmes as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Right Defensive Tackle Mitch Hoopes as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Punter Percy Howard as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver Jon Kolb as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Left Tackle Tom Landry as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Burton Lawless as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Left Guard Clint Longley as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Ray Mansfield as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Center Harvey Martin as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Right Defensive End Gerry Mullins as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Right Guard Ralph Neely as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Left Tackle Chuck Noll as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Head Coach Blaine Nye as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Right Guard Preston Pearson as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Running Back- Kick Returner Jethro Pugh as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Left Defensive Tackle Mel Renfro as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Right Cornerback Golden Richards as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver - Punt Returner Lee Roy Jordan as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Middle Linebacker Norm Schachter as Himself - Referee Donnie Shell as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Defensive Back John Stallworth as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Roger Staubach as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Quarterback Tom Sullivan as Himself - National Anthem Performer Pat Summerall as Himself - Announcer Lynn Swann as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Wide Receiver Johnny Unitas as himself Bobby Walden as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Punter Marcus Washington as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Left Cornerback Charlie Waters as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Left Safety Randy White as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Linebacker Dwight White as Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Right Defensive End Up With People as Themselves - Halftime Performers Rayfield Wright as Himself - Dallas Cowboys Right Tackle


Who won the NFL Golden Toe Award in 1993?

Norm Johnson of the Atlanta Falcons


Who won the NFL Golden Toe Award in 1984?

1984 Norm Johnson K Seattle


Who was the starting shooting guard for the lakers in 1980 a year after they got magic Johnson?

I am pretty sure it was norm Nixon