Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker has one of the strongest legs in the NFL — and if you don’t believe it, he has video to prove it.
Earlier in the week, Butker posted a video on Twitter during a workout session, when he successfully booted a 77-yard field goal attempt, which means he made the kick from the opposite 33-yard line.
There was no defense, snapper or holder to affect the kick, and it wasn’t during a game, so the pressure was off — but it was still impressive nonetheless.
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Last November, Butker drilled a 70-yard field goal during warmups before the Chiefs came away with a 24-17 win over the Los Angeles Chargers in Mexico City. That kick was impressive because it came with a snap and a hold.
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The longest field goal ever made in an NFL game came from Matt Prater, who knocked in a 64-yard attempt back in 2013 for the Denver Broncos. The longest kick of Butker’s three-year career came from 56 yards, which happened in Week 16 of the 2019 season. It also was the longest attempt of his career.
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Only 18 kickers in NFL history have connected on field goals of 60 yards or more in a game.
If given the opportunity, Butker likely will join that list at some point.
SOURCE : https://www.foxnews.com/sports/chiefs-kicker-harrison-butker-77-yard-field-goal-workout-session