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Function: view, https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jason_Hanson&oldid=171715852. On December 14, 2008, against the Indianapolis Colts, Hanson passed Morten Andersen for most 50+ yard field goals in NFL history. After graduating from Radford University, Jason joined the Arlington County Police Force. 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Most career games with one NFL team – 327 (1992-2012). Born in Spokane, Washington, Hanson graduated from Mead High School in 1988, where he lettered in football, basketball, and soccer. On December 2, 2010, the Lions placed him on injured reserve due to an injured right knee.[8]. Hanson wurde im NFL Draft 1992 von den Detroit Lions in der zweiten Runde als 56. [11], Hanson and his wife, Kathleen, were married in 1992 and have three children. [12] Hanson is a Christian. [12] Er spielte für die Detroit Lions in der National Football League (NFL). 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[1], Hanson attended Washington State University in Pullman, where he walked-on as a freshman in 1988 and made an immediate impact with the Cougars;[2][3] he was named to The Sporting News Freshman All-America team. Most career seasons with one NFL team (21 1992-2012). Hanson again had a good year, ending the 2008 NFL season 21-for-22 on field goal attempts (including 8 for 8 from 50+ yards) and 25-for-26 on extra point attempts. After playing college football with the Washington State Cougars, he was selected by the Lions in the seco Er hält aber einige NFL-Rekorde und wird auf der All-Time-Scoring-Liste der NFL geführt: Jason Hanson und seine Frau Kathleen sind seit 1992 verheiratet und haben drei Kinder. On December 14, 2008, against the Indianapolis Colts, Hanson passed Morten Andersen for most 50+ yard field goals in NFL history. He has booted 17 game-winning field goals in his career; eight in regulation and nine in overtime. On December 18, 2011, became the first player in NFL history to score 2,000 points with one franchise. In the classroom at Mead, he maintained a perfect 4.0 grade point average. After playing college football with the Washington State Cougars, he was selected by the Lions in the second round of the 1992 NFL Draft with the 56th overall pick. Line: 24 How to transfigure the Wikipedia . Jason Hanson (born June 17, 1970) is an American retired football player who was a placekicker that spent his entire 21-year career with the Detroit Lions of the National Football League (NFL). Dezember 2011 war er der erste Spieler in der Geschichte der NFL, der 2.000 Punkte mit einem Team erreichte. It was his fifth-career Special Teams Player of the Month award and his first since November 2003. Nach der High School war Hanson bei der Washington State University eingeschrieben und spielte als Kicker für das Football-Team des Colleges. Hanson was named the 2002 recipient of the Detroit Lions/Detroit Sports Broadcasters Association/Pro Football Writers Association's Media-Friendly "Good Guy" Award. Zwei Rekorde bei langen Field-Goal-Versuchen sind bis heute ungebrochen: Für seine Präzision bei Field-Goal-Versuchen aus weiten Entfernungen erhielt Hanson bereits während seiner College-Karriere den Spitznamen „Thunderfoot“. Would you like to suggest this photo as the cover photo for this article? Line: 315 It was his fifth-career Special Teams Player of the Month award and his first since November 2003. [11], Hanson and his wife, Kathleen, were married in 1992 and have three children. Line: 478 At the beginning of the 2012 season, he set the record for most years with the same club with 21 seasons. Line: 208 [9], Hansons Biografie und Karrieredaten auf der Homepage der Detroit Lions, https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jason_Hanson&oldid=201164766, American-Football-Spieler (Detroit Lions), „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“, Thunderfoot (Spitzname); Hanson, Jason Douglas (wirklicher Name), US-amerikanischer American-Football-Spieler, NFL-Rekord: meisten Field Goals aus über 50, meisten Field Goals aus 40 Yards oder mehr (39), meiste Field Goals aus über 50 Yards (41), meiste Field Goals aus über 50 Yards in einer Saison (8; gemeinsam mit, meiste Karriere-Spiele mit einem Team (327, 1992–2012), meiste Karriere-Saisons mit einem Team (21, 1992–2012), am 18. [1], Hanson attended Washington State University in Pullman, where he walked-on as a freshman in 1988 and made an immediate impact with the Cougars;[2][3] he was named to The Sporting News Freshman All-America team. As a senior, Hanson won All-Greater Spokane League honors as both a kicker and punter and was named a first team All-State honoree by the Washington Sportswriters Association.