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A Kicking specialist or kick specialist and sometimes referred to a "kicker", especially when referring to a placekicker, is a player on gridiron football special teams who performs punts, kickoffs, field goals and/or point after touchdowns. The special teams counterpart of a kicking specialist is a return specialist.

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  • Kicking Specialist ist die Bezeichnung für eine Position im American Football und Canadian Football. Kicking Specialists üben alle Tätigkeiten aus, bei denen der Ball mit dem Fuß getreten werden muss, also Punts, Field Goals, Point after Touchdowns und/oder Kickoffs. Kicking Specialists üben normalerweise keine weiteren Positionen aus. Die gegenteilige Position ist der Return Specialist.
  • A Kicking specialist or kick specialist and sometimes referred to a "kicker", especially when referring to a placekicker, is a player on gridiron football special teams who performs punts, kickoffs, field goals and/or point after touchdowns. The special teams counterpart of a kicking specialist is a return specialist.
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  • Kicking Specialist ist die Bezeichnung für eine Position im American Football und Canadian Football. Kicking Specialists üben alle Tätigkeiten aus, bei denen der Ball mit dem Fuß getreten werden muss, also Punts, Field Goals, Point after Touchdowns und/oder Kickoffs. Kicking Specialists üben normalerweise keine weiteren Positionen aus. Die gegenteilige Position ist der Return Specialist.
  • A Kicking specialist or kick specialist and sometimes referred to a "kicker", especially when referring to a placekicker, is a player on gridiron football special teams who performs punts, kickoffs, field goals and/or point after touchdowns. The special teams counterpart of a kicking specialist is a return specialist. Kicking specialists were exceptionally rare until the 1940s; for most of the history of American football, teams relied upon players who played another position to kick and punt. The first kicking specialist in the National Football League was most likely Mose Kelsch, a former sandlot football kicker who was on the inaugural roster of what became the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1933 and 1934. Even after the one-platoon system was phased out in the 1940s, kicking specialists remained uncommon. The introduction of the soccer style of placekicking in the late 1960s coincided with the rapid rise of kicking specialists. Danny White of the Dallas Cowboys was the last non-specialist kicker in the NFL, serving as a punter in addition to his quarterback duties until 1985.
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