Hall of Famer George Blanda.
Blanda scored a total of 2,002 points in his career.
George Blanda Had 26 Years.
1) George Blanda - 277 2) Fran Tarkenton - 266 3) John Unitas - 253
His 26-season career spanned an amazing 4 decades. George Blanda is a Hall of Fame-elected, retired quarterback/kicker.George Blanda played for the following teams:Chicago BearsBaltimore ColtsHouston OilersOakland Raiders
I think George Blanda is likely the player with the longest career.
George "The Fossil" Blanda was the oldest person to play professional football. He played an amazing 26 seasons in a career that spanned 4 decades. Over the course of his career Blanda played quarterback, place kicker and saw spot duty as a linebacker. In his last game Blanda, wearing the silver and black of the Oakland Raiders in the 1975 Divisional Playoffs, scored his last points in the nfl by kicking a Field Goal and a PAT. When he retired after that game he was 48 years, 109 days old. Blanda is a member of the Professional Football Hall of Fame.The oldest player to play football in the NFL was George Blanda. He last played for the Oakland Raiders in 1975, at the age of 48. Morten Andersen played for the Atlanta Falcons in 2007 at the age of 47.
The longest career in NFL history belongs to the great George Blanda. Blanda played 26 season as a kicker and quarterback for Oakland, Baltimore, Houston, and Chicago.
The player with the longest career in NFL history is George Blanda. Blanda played for 26 seasons. His amazing 26 year run covered the span of 4 decades, starting in 1949 and ultimatly ending in 1975. George Blanda played quarterback and was a place kicker during his career. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1981, the first year he was elligible. Teams Bland played for: * Chicago Bears, 1949, 1950-58 * Baltimore Colts 1959 * Houston Oilers 1960-66 * Oakland Raiders 1967-1975
George Blanda, an NFL quarterback and placekicker who played for a record-breaking twenty-six seasons, began his career in 1949 with the Bears. His career ended in 1975 with the readers. He would go on to join the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
George Blanda (born September 17, 1927 in Youngwood, Pennsylvania; died September 27, 2010 in Alameda, California) was an American footballer who, as of 2013, holds the record for the most seasons played in the NFL, with 26. Blanda played for the Chicago Bears, the Baltimore Colts, the Houston Oilers, and the Oakland Raiders during his career.