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Q: Who was the Denver Bronco's field goal kicker before Rich Karlis?
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What movie and television projects has Rich Karlis been in?

Rich Karlis has: Played Himself - Minnesota Vikings Kicker in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "1986 AFC Championship Game" in 1987. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Placekicker in "Super Bowl XXI" in 1987. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "1987 AFC Championship Game" in 1988. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Placekicker in "Super Bowl XXII" in 1988.


Who was the first Denver Broncos Field Goal Kicker?

The kicker for the 1960 Denver Broncos was Gene Mingo.


Was Rich Karlis the NFL kicker to kick barefoot?

Rich Karlis of the Denver Broncos in the 80s was one of the barefoot kickers. Tony Franklin, who kicked with the Eagles, Patriots, and Dolphins in the 80s was another, as was Mike Lansford of the Rams in the 80s.


Current kicker for Denver Broncos?

Matt Prater


Barefoot field goal kicker?

Tony Franklin and Rich Karlis were both famous kickers in the NFL who worked without a shoe in their kicking foot. Karlis is famous for the field goal that won the 1986 playoff game between the Denver Broncos and the Cleveland Browns.


What is the name of the football kicker who never wore a shoe when kicking?

Rich Karlis, Denver Bronco's 1980's


What movie and television projects has David Treadwell been in?

David Treadwell has: Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - New York Giants Kicker in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "Super Bowl XXIV" in 1990. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "1989 AFC Championship Game" in 1990. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "1991 AFC Championship Game" in 1992.


What movie and television projects has Jason Elam been in?

Jason Elam has: Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "The NFL on NBC" in 1965. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - Atlanta Falcons Kicker in "NFL Monday Night Football" in 1970. Played Himself - Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Kicker in "1989 Jeep Eagle Aloha Bowl" in 1989. Played Himself - Hawaii Rainbows Kicker in "1992 Thrifty Car Rental Holiday Bowl" in 1992. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "1997 AFC Championship Game" in 1998. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "Super Bowl XXXII" in 1998. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "1998 AFC Championship Game" in 1999. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "Super Bowl XXXIII" in 1999. Played Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker in "NBC Sunday Night Football" in 2006. Played himself in "Buying Alaska" in 2012.


Who was the kicker right before Jason Elam?

Jason Elam became the Broncos place kicker in 1993. The Broncos place kicker in 1992 was David Treadwell, who was with the Broncos between 1989-1992.


What position does Matt Prater play?

Matt Prater plays Place Kicker for the Denver Broncos.


Who is the MVP for NFL season 2012?

The most valuable player (mvp) for season 2012 is the denver broncos' kicker matt prater.(AKA matt prater)


What actors and actresses appeared in 1987 AFC Championship Game - 1988?

The cast of 1987 AFC Championship Game - 1988 includes: Dave Adolph as Himself - Cleveland Browns Defensive Coordinator Mike Baab as Himself - Cleveland Browns Center Matt Bahr as Himself - Cleveland Browns Kicker Tony Boddie as Himself - Denver Broncos Running Back Earnest Byner as Himself - Cleveland Browns Running Back Jeremiah Castille as Himself - Denver Broncos Cornerback Sam Clancy as Himself - Cleveland Browns Defensive End Joe Collier as Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive Coordinator Bob Costas as Himself - Studio Host Bill Cowher as Himself - Cleveland Browns Secondary Coach Hanford Dixon as Himself - Cleveland Browns Cornerback John Elway as Himself - Denver Broncos Quarterback Dick Enberg as Himself - Play-by-Play Announcer Dan Fike as Himself - Cleveland Browns Guard Simon Fletcher as Himself - Denver Broncos Linebacker Freddie Gilbert as Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive End Carl Hairston as Himself - Cleveland Browns Defensive End Mark Haynes as Himself - Denver Broncos Cornerback Stefan Humphries as Himself - Denver Broncos Guard Ricky Hunley as Himself - Denver Broncos Linebacker Lindy Infante as Himself - Cleveland Browns Offensive Coordinator Rulon Jones as Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive End Rich Karlis as Himself - Denver Broncos Kicker Clarence Kay as Himself - Denver Broncos Tight End Bernie Kosar as Himself - Cleveland Browns Quarterback Greg Kragen as Himself - Denver Broncos Nose Tackle Gene Lang as Himself - Denver Broncos Fullback Reggie Langhorne as Himself - Cleveland Browns Wide Receiver Ken Lanier as Himself - Denver Broncos Tackle Tony Lilly as Himself - Denver Broncos Free Safety Kevin Mack as Himself - Cleveland Browns Fullback Paul Maguire as Himself - Sideline Reporter Clay Matthews as Himself - Cleveland Browns Linebacker Gerald McNeil as Himself - Cleveland Browns Wide Receiver Karl Mecklenburg as Himself - Denver Broncos Linebacker Frank Minnifield as Himself - Cleveland Browns Cornerback Orson Mobley as Himself - Denver Broncos Tight End Ricky Nattiel as Himself - Denver Broncos Wide Receiver Ozzie Newsome as Himself - Cleveland Browns Tight End Merlin Olsen as Himself - Color Commentator Dave Puzzuoli as Himself - Cleveland Browns Nose Tackle Gregg Rakoczy as Himself - Cleveland Browns Guard Dan Reeves as Himself - Denver Broncos Head Coach Cody Risien as Himself - Cleveland Browns Tackle Lucius Sanford as Himself - Cleveland Browns Linebacker Marty Schottenheimer as Himself - Cleveland Browns Head Coach Mike Shanahan as Himself - Denver Broncos Offensive Coordinator Webster Slaughter as Himself - Cleveland Browns Wide Receiver Dave Studdard as Himself - Denver Broncos Tackle Derek Tennell as Himself - Cleveland Browns Tight End Andre Townsend as Himself - Denver Broncos Defensive End Clarence Weathers as Himself - Cleveland Browns Wide Receiver Sammy Winder as Himself - Denver Broncos Running Back Felix Wright as Himself - Cleveland Browns Free Safety

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