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What team is David Akers?

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Asked by: Orlando Estevez

the Philadelphia EaglesPhiladelphia Eagles.

Who has the most field goals in Eagles history?

David Akers

David Akers has made the most career field goals for the Eagles, with 294 field goals.

What happened David Akers?

He began his career in 1998 with the Washington Redskins after not making the main roster of the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers. The following year, he signed with the Eagles, where he spent 12 seasons. Akers was also a member of the San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions before retiring in 2013.

Who has the longest field goal in NFL history?

Justin Tucker

The Broncos kicker slugged a 64-yard field goal in December of 2013 against the Titans. It didn’t finish the game off but it did send Denver to the halftime tunnel extremely pumped up. Justin Tucker is responsible for the longest field goal in NFL history.

Which kicker has the most Pro Bowls?

1. Adam Vinatieri

  • NFL teams: New England Patriots, Indianapolis Colts.
  • Years active: 1996-2019.
  • Accolades: 3x Pro Bowl selection, 4x Super Bowl champion, 3x first-team All-Pro, NFL record for most career points, 83.8% field-goal percentage.

How serious is Cam Akers injury?

Cam Akers injury timeline
— July 20, 2021: Akers suffers a torn Achilles while training for the 2021 NFL season. It is reported that the Rams running back will miss the campaign because of it.

Is torn Achilles career ending?

Achilles tendon rupture can be a career-ending injury for professional basketball players. They are expected to miss 10 months for rehabilitation and reach their post-injury peak performance level at the 2nd season back.

Did Cam Akers fully tear his Achilles?

Akers was less than a week removed from tearing his Achilles when ElAttrache operated on him, Scott said. The process was also accelerated by ElAttrache’s surgical expertise. ElAttrache likened repairing a torn tendon to stitching together the ends of two mops.