Harrison Butker



Experience: 7 years

Height: 6-4

Weight: 199 lbs

College: Georgia Tech


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  • Sixth-year kicker enters his sixth season with the Chiefs in 2022.
  • His 549 points are the third-most all-time points in franchise history. He is only the fifth player in franchise history with 500 or more career points.
  • Passed the 100-point plateau for the fourth-consecutive season, finishing the 2020 season with 123 points. Butker's four seasons with 100 or more points are tied for the third-most in franchise history with K Ryan Succop.
  • In his NFL debut vs. Washington on October 2, 2017 Butker converted 26-, 32- and 43-yard field goals. His 43-yard field goal gave the Chiefs a 23-20 lead with four seconds left on the clock, sealing the game.
  • Originally entered the NFL as a seventh-round pick (233rd overall) by the Carolina Panthers in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Career Highlights:

  • With 38 made field goals during the 2017 season Butker holds the franchise record for most field goals made in a single season.
  • Ranks second in franchise history for most field goals made of 50+ yards in a Chiefs kickers career with 13.
  • Butker tallied 426 career points in his first three NFL seasons, the most by any player in NFL history in their first three seasons.
  • During his rookie season he recorded 142 points for the 2017 season, ranking first in franchise history, at the time, for most points by a kicker in a single season, passing Nick Lowery's previous mark of 139 set in 1990.
  • Butker converted a field goal in 13 consecutive games in 2017, giving him the second-longest individual streak in a single-season in franchise history behind Pro Football Hall of Fame kicker Jan Stenerud with 14.
  • In the game vs. the Buffalo Bills (11/26/17), Butker converted a 45-yard field goal, giving him 23 consecutive made field goals, which ranks first for the most consecutive field goals made in franchise history.
  • In the game vs. Minnesota (11/3/19), Butker converted 54- and 44-yards field goals in the final three minutes of the game allowing the Chiefs to tie and then win the game. The last kicker in NFL History to kick a game tying FG of 50+ yards and a FG of 40+ yards to put his team ahead for good with both coming in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter was Buccaneers K Martin Gramatica on Oct. 27, 2002.
  • During the 2019 season, Butker reached 147 points setting a new record for the most points by a kicker in a single season, trailing only Priest Holmes' 162 points in 2003.
  • In the game vs. the L.A. Chargers (9/20/20) converted two career-long 58-yard field goals (one in the third quarter and one in overtime) to tie K Nick Lowery for the longest-made field goal in Chiefs history. During this game Butker also notched his 16th-consecutive game with a made field goal setting the franchise record for most consecutive games with a made field goal, passing K Lawrence Tynes who scored a field goal in 15-consecutive games from Week 15 of 2004 to Week 13 of 2005.
  • Butker kicked two field goals and a point after to force three overtime games in the 2021 season. The point after came against the Chargers (12/16/21). The two field goals were versus the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Divisional round (1/23/22) and versus the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship game (1/30/22).

Postseason Career Highlights:

  • In five postseasons, Butker owns 89 career postseason points, extending his franchise record. He has 44 career PATs to go along with 15 made field goals, both sitting as the top marks in franchise history.
  • In four postseason campaigns Butker has scored 65 career postseason points, passing RB Damien Williams (60) for the most playoff points scored in franchise history.
  • Butker's 26 PATs in the postseason are the most in franchise history.
  • In Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay, Butker scored three field goals giving him 11 made field goals in the postseason passing PFHOF Jan Stenerud (nine) for the most playoff field goals made in franchise history. His three field goals the game tied for the most field goals made in a single postseason game in team history.
  • In Super Bowl LV, Butker connected on a 52-yard field goal, marking the longest made field goal in Chiefs postseason history. He topped the previous franchise-long kick of 50 yards, which he set in the 2020 AFC Divisional matchup against the Cleveland Browns.


  • Named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week following Week 2 of the 2020 season, after making history with a pair of 58-yard field goals - the latter of which won the game in overtime.
  • Named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November during the 2019 season.
  • Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week following Week 9 of 2019 season, after the Chiefs victory over the Minnesota Vikings where Butker went four-for-four logging 54- and 44-yard kicks.
  • Named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for December during the 2017 season.
  • Named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week twice during the 2017 season (Weeks 8 and 16). Butker is just the third rookie in Chiefs' history to win the award multiple times, joining WR Tyreek Hill (2016) and WR Tamarick Vanover (1995).
  • Was named to the PFWA's All-Rookie team following the 2017 season.


Signed to Kansas City's active roster from Carolina's practice squad (9/26/17) ... Signed to Carolina's practice squad (9/14/17) ... Released by Carolina (9/13/17) ... Originally entered the NFL as a seventh-round pick (233rd overall) by the Carolina Panthers in the 2017 NFL Draft.

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