A former professional American football placepicker, Kevin Butler was born in Savannah, Georgia on July 24, 1962. He formerly played for the Chicago Bears in 1985 to 1995 and spent one year playing for the Arizona Cardinals in 1996 to 1997 and he has the Kevin Butler signed Wilson gold ball as a great collectible4 to many fans.
Kevin Butler spent his college years playing in the university’s football team. He stayed for four years that recorded 38-8-2. This record was in two Sugar Bowls, one in the cotton Bowl and one in the Citrus Bowl. This record was also known to be accurate on the 50 attempts for 50 yards and this performance was named in the NCAA. In 2001, he was inducted in the College Football Hall of Fame because of the performances he had in the university. Kevin Butler’s other field goals were of the 59, 53 and 52 yards. He then became the 122 of the 125 that earned extra points and 77 for 98 field goals.
His pro career in football was spent with the Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals. He stayed for almost 11 seasons with the Bears and was named to be the team’s all time leading scorer. His performance was able to record 1,116 points and that is why his Kevin Butler signed Wilson gold ball is simply significant to his fans. Among his best performance included his participation in the Super Bowl XX that his team won. His 13 NFL seasons recorded 265 of 361 field goals and was able to earned 1,208 total points in his career.