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Ian Howfield

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Ian Michael Howfield (born June 4, 1966, Littleton, Colorado) is a former American football placekicker, who kicked in nine games for the Houston Oilers of the National Football League in 1991. Howfield graduated from Columbine High School 1984, then attended Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas from 1984-1985. He then transferred to the University of Tennessee in 1986 to begin his placekicking career until graduating in 1987. Howfield, who played college football at the University of Tennessee, is the son of former NFL placekicker Bobby Howfield. Howfield played six years in the National Football League as a placekicker: Miami Dolphins in 1987, Seattle Seahawks fron 1988-1989 (signed to the practice squad for both years), Denver Broncos in 1990, Houston Oilers in 1990-1991. Led the Houston Oilers in scoring in 1991, Philadelphia Eagles in 1992, Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1993. Arena Football League Stats: 1993 Dallas Texans 7 for 27 (25.9%) in Field Goals and 19 for 23 (82.6%) in Extra Points 1994 FT. Worth Cavalry 10 for 29 (34.5 %) in Field Goals and 40 for 53 (75.5 %) in Extra Points 1995 Las Vegas Sting (First Full Season in the Arena League) Lead the league in  ( Wikipedia article )

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1966-06-04

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