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John Kasay
K #4
Height:
5-10
Weight:
210
College:
Georgia
Hometown:
Athens, Ga.
Experience:
20
Field Goal
YearTeamGOverall FGs20-29 Yards30-39 Yards40-49 Yards50+ YardsPAT
BlkLngFGMFG AttPctMAttPctMAttPctMAttPctMAttPctXP AttXPMPctBlk
TOTAL 301 9 56 461 563 81.9 144 147 98 143 160 89.4 120 161 74.5 42 83 50.6 598 587 98.2 5
2011 NO 16 0 53 28 34 82.4 11 11 100 10 10 100 5 8 62.5 2 5 40 63 63 100 0
2010 CAR 16 0 55 25 29 86.2 9 9 100 2 2 100 11 14 78.6 3 4 75 17 17 100 0
2009 CAR 16 2 50 22 27 81.5 7 7 100 9 10 90 5 6 83.3 1 4 25 32 31 96.9 1
2008 CAR 16 0 50 28 31 90.3 7 7 100 9 9 100 11 12 91.7 1 3 33.3 46 46 100 0
2007 CAR 16 0 53 24 28 85.7 6 6 100 8 9 88.9 6 9 66.7 2 2 100 27 27 100 0
2006 CAR 16 0 54 24 27 88.9 6 6 100 4 4 100 8 8 100 4 7 57.1 28 28 100 0
2005 CAR 16 1 52 26 34 76.5 8 8 100 8 8 100 6 9 66.7 3 8 37.5 44 43 97.7 1
2004 CAR 14 1 54 19 22 86.4 11 11 100 4 4 100 1 2 50 3 5 60 28 27 96.4 0
2003 CAR 16 0 53 32 38 84.2 13 13 100 6 8 75 11 13 84.6 2 4 50 30 29 96.7 0
2002 CAR 2 1 27 2 5 40 2 2 100 0 0 -- 0 2 0 0 1 0 5 5 100 0
2001 CAR 16 0 52 23 28 82.1 10 10 100 4 4 100 7 9 77.8 2 5 40 23 22 95.7 0
2000 CAR 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1999 CAR 13 0 52 22 25 88 8 8 100 6 6 100 5 6 83.3 2 4 50 33 33 100 0
1998 CAR 16 1 56 19 26 73.1 5 5 100 4 5 80 6 9 66.7 4 7 57.1 37 35 94.6 2
1997 CAR 16 1 54 22 26 84.6 6 7 85.7 8 8 100 4 4 100 3 6 50 25 25 100 0
1996 CAR 16 0 53 37 45 82.2 14 14 100 11 12 91.7 7 10 70 3 7 42.9 35 34 97.1 0
1995 CAR 16 2 52 26 33 78.8 6 6 100 10 14 71.4 9 12 75 1 1 100 28 27 96.4 0
1994 SEA 16 0 50 20 24 83.3 1 1 100 11 11 100 6 9 66.7 1 2 50 26 25 96.2 1
1993 SEA 16 0 55 23 28 82.1 5 5 100 10 11 90.9 4 6 66.7 3 5 60 29 29 100 0
1992 SEA 16 0 43 14 22 63.6 4 5 80 8 11 72.7 2 6 33.3 0 0 -- 14 14 100 0
1991 SEA 16 0 54 25 31 80.6 5 6 83.3 11 14 78.6 6 7 85.7 2 3 66.7 28 27 96.4 0
Punting
YearTeamGPuntsYdsNet YdsLngAvgNet AvgBlkOOBDnIN 20TBFCRetRetYTD
TOTAL 301 9 267 105 36 29.7 11.7 0 0 4 3 3 0 2 102 1
2011 NO 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 CAR 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 CAR 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 CAR 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 CAR 16 2 60 -34 32 30 -17 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 94 1
2006 CAR 16 1 25 17 25 25 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 8 0
2005 CAR 16 1 36 16 36 36 16 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
2004 CAR 14 2 51 31 34 25.5 15.5 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0
2003 CAR 16 1 33 33 33 33 33 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
2002 CAR 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 CAR 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 CAR 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1999 CAR 13 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1998 CAR 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1997 CAR 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1996 CAR 16 1 30 10 30 30 10 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0
1995 CAR 16 1 32 32 32 32 32 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0
1994 SEA 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1993 SEA 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1992 SEA 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1991 SEA 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
Kickoff
YearTeamGKOYdsOOBAvgTBPctRetAvgTDOSKOSKR
TOTAL 301 972 55,645 25 57.2 92 0.1 781 -- 0 29 1
2011 NO 16 2 18 0 9 0 0 0 -- -- 2 0
2010 CAR 16 4 228 0 57 0 0 4 -- -- 0 0
2009 CAR 16 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 CAR 16 2 41 1 20.5 0 0 1 -- -- 1 0
2007 CAR 16 53 3,205 5 60.5 2 0 46 -- -- 3 0
2006 CAR 16 57 3,592 2 63 5 0.1 50 -- -- 1 0
2005 CAR 16 81 5,137 2 63.4 3 0 76 -- -- 1 0
2004 CAR 14 56 3,355 1 59.9 2 0 52 -- -- 1 0
2003 CAR 16 74 4,620 0 62.4 4 0.1 69 -- -- 0 0
2002 CAR 2 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 CAR 16 27 1,708 0 63.3 0 0 27 -- -- 0 0
2000 CAR 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1999 CAR 13 69 4,280 1 62 7 0.1 60 -- -- 1 0
1998 CAR 16 75 4,731 2 63.1 5 0.1 65 -- -- 3 1
1997 CAR 16 65 4,106 1 63.2 7 0.1 55 -- -- 2 0
1996 CAR 16 88 5,698 3 64.8 12 0.1 71 -- -- 2 0
1995 CAR 16 70 3,974 2 56.8 3 0 61 -- -- 4 0
1994 SEA 16 68 4,085 1 60.1 3 0 60 -- -- 5 0
1993 SEA 16 69 4,242 3 61.5 15 0.2 50 -- -- 0 0
1992 SEA 16 43 2,625 0 61 9 0.2 34 -- -- 0 0
1991 SEA 16 69 0 1 -- 15 0.2 0 -- -- 3 0
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 301 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0
2011 NO 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2010 CAR 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 CAR 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2008 CAR 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2007 CAR 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2006 CAR 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2005 CAR 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2004 CAR 14 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 CAR 16 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2002 CAR 2 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 CAR 16 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2000 CAR 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
1999 CAR 13 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1998 CAR 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1997 CAR 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1996 CAR 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1995 CAR 16 -- -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
1994 SEA 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1993 SEA 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1992 SEA 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
1991 SEA 16 -- -- -- 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --

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Bio

TRANSACTIONS
Released by Carolina (7/29/11)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (10/29/08)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (2/17/04)...Placed on injured reserve by Carolina with a sports hernia (9/21/02)...Placed on injured reserve by Carolina with an injured left knee (8/14/00)...Placed on injured reserve by Carolina with an injured left knee (12/14/99)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (2/11/99)...Signed as an unrestricted free agent by Carolina (2/20/95)...Selected by Seattle in the fourth round (98th overall) of the 1991 NFL Draft.

GP/GS
Career (285/0) [10/0]; 2010 (16/0); 2009 (16/0); 2008 (16/0) [1/0]; 2007 (16/0); 2006 (16/0); 2005 (16/0) [3/0]; 2004 (14/0); 2003 (16/0) [4/0]; 2002 (2/0); 2001 (16/0); 2000 (IR); 1999 (13/0); 1998 (16/0); 1997 (16/0); 1996 (16/0) [2/0]; 1995 (16/0); 1994 (16/0); 1993 (16/0); 1992 (16/0); 1991 (16/0).

2010
Played in all 16 games for Carolina...Connected on 25-of-29 field goal attempts and all 17 of his extra point opportunities for a team-leading 92 points...Responsible for one special teams tackle...Stands as the Panthers all-time leader with 351 field goals and 1,482 points scored...Ended season ranked seventh in NFL history with 433 field goals and eighth with 1,823 points scored...At New York Giants (9/12): Scored 10 points on three field goals and one extra point to move into eighth place in NFL history for points scored with 1,741, bettering the 1,736 totaled by Norm Johnson from 1982-1999...Vs. San Francisco (10/24): Made the 13th game-winning field goal of his career and 11th with the Panthers on a 37-yarder with 39 seconds remaining...Equaled the second-longest field goal of his career with a 55-yard boot in the third quarter, previously accomplished for Seattle at Kansas City (1/2/94)...Moved into a second-place tie with Morten Andersen for the most field goals of 50 yards or more in NFL history with 40.

2009
Played in all 16 games...Connected on 22-of-27 field-goal attempts and 31-of-32 extra-point opportunities for a team-leading 97 points...At Atlanta (9/20): Made a season-long 50-yard field goal...Vs. Minnesota (12/20): Had team record of 157 consecutive successful extra points snapped when Vikings defensive end Ray Edwards blocked PAT following Panthers' touchdown in the second quarter.

2008
Played in all 16 games...Converted 28-of-31 field-goal attempts and all 46 extra-point opportunities for 130 points...130 points scored rank second in team history to his 145 points in 1996...Established a personal best with a 90.3 field goal percentage...Set a team record for the most extra points in a season with 46...Extended team mark for most consecutive extra points made to 133...Did not handle kickoffs for first time in career...At San Diego (9/7): Tied team record for most field goals in a quarter with three in the second quarter...Connected on all four attempts for the game in 26-24 victory...At Oakland (11/9): Missed short on a 54-yard field-goal attempt...Ended streak of 21 consecutive field goals made, one shy of his team mark of 22...At New Orleans (12/28): Kicked game winning 42-yard field goal with one second remaining in 33-31 victory that clinched NFC South title...Marked 12th game-winning field goal of his career and 10th with the Panthers...Successful on all four field-goal attempts in the game...NFC Divisional Playoffs Vs. Arizona (1/10): Converted only extra-point attempt in 10th career postseason contest.

2007
Played in all 16 games...Converted 24-of-28 field goal attempts and 27-of-27 extra point opportunities for a team-leading 99 points...Moved into 10th place all-time in NFL history with 358 made field goals and 13th all-time with 1,504 career points...Set a team record with 88 consecutive made extra points, surpassing his previous club mark of 69 from 1998-1999 and 2001...Last missed extra point occurred versus Green Bay (10/3/05)...At New Orleans (10/7): Made 11th career game-winning field goal and ninth with the Panthers on a 52-yarder as time expired...Finished with 10 points on three field goals and one extra point...At Arizona (10/14): Connected on a season-high four field goals out of five attempts and was successful on his only extra point opportunity for a season-high 13 points...Vs. Seattle (12/16): Kicked a season-long 53-yard field goal.

2006
Played in 16 games...Converted 24-of-27 field goal attempts and 28-of-28 extra point opportunities to rank first on team with 100 points...88.9 field goal percent conversion rate established a career-high and tied for second in the NFC and sixth in the NFL...Stands as second-highest field goal percentage in team history behind 92.85 by Joe Nedney in 2000...Recorded sixth career 100-point season...Became 25th player in NFL history to score 1,000 points with the same club...Four field goals beyond 50 yards equaled personal best, previously accomplished in 1998...Has converted 61 consecutive extra point attempts, the second-longest streak in team history behind his record of 69 from 1998-99 and 2001...NFC PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week at Tampa Bay (9/24) after converting an NFL-record four field goals of 46 yards or longer in one game, including a 46-yard game winner with two seconds left in a  26-24 victory...Converted attempts from 51, 50, 49 and 46 yards...46-yard game winner was the 10th of his career...Increased career total of Player of the Week awards to six, the most won by a player in team history...Last earned recognition following performance at Arizona (12/14/03)...Vs. Dallas (10/29): Missed short on a career-long 65-yard field goal attempt...At Washington (11/26): Converted 51-yard field goal...At Philadelphia  (12/10): Scored six points to move into 17th place all time in NFL history for points scored, bettering the 1,382 accumulated by Mark Moseley.

2005
Played in 16 games...Converted 26-of-34 field goal attempts and 43-of-44 extra point opportunities for 121 points...Established personal bests for extra point attempts and extra points made...121 points represented the third-highest total of his career and the fifth season that Kasay has scored 100 or more points...Punted once for 36 yards...Converted 23-of-26 field goal attempts from 49 yards or less...Contributed to team that ranked eight in the NFL in scoring with an average of 24.4 points per game, the second highest average in team history...POSTSEASON: Played in all three games...Successful on all six field goal attempts and six-of-seven extra point attempts...Led all NFL kickers with 24 points...ALL-TIME AMONG NFL KICKERS DURING THE POSTSEASON: Career postseason field goal conversion rate of 91.3 percent ranks second in NFL history behind Martín Gramatica, who achieved a 91.7 conversion rate on 11-of-12 field goals in seven games for Tampa Bay...Kasay has converted 21-of-23 field goals in nine postseason games for Carolina...21 field goals ties for the fourth highest total in NFL history behind George Blanda and Steve Christie with 22, Adam Vinatieri with 24, and Gary Anderson with 32...PANTHERS TEAM RECORDS: Set team marks with 43 extra points and 44 extra point attempts... Surpassed records of 37 extra point attempts and 35 extra points he set in 1998...Vs. New England (9/18): Made field goals from 51 and 52 yards...Marked third time of his career he connected on two field goals from 50 yards or longer in a game...Converted two 51-yarders at New Orleans (9/8/96) and on field goals of 51 and 54 yards versus San Diego (10/27/91) while with Seattle...At Miami (9/25): Connected on 52-yard field goal...Combined with two field goals beyond 50 yards made in previous contest versus New England (9/18), became the second player since 1995 to attempt three consecutive field goals from 50 yards or longer and convert all of them...Neil Rackers accomplished the feat for Arizona versus Seattle (10/24/04).

2004
Played in 14 games...Converted 19-of-22 field goal attempts and 27-of-28 extra point opportunities to rank second on team with 84 points...86.4 field goal percent conversion rate ranked second in the NFC and sixth in the NFL...Ranks as third-highest field goal percentage in team history behind 92.85 registered by Joe Nedney in 2000 and 88.0 achieved by Kasay in 1999...Field goal conversion rate stands as second highest of career, trailing 88.0 mark posted in 1999...Marked only the third time in team history he did not lead the team in scoring...Did not lead team in 2000 and 2002 when he spent the majority of both campaigns on injured reserve...Season included streak of 15 consecutive field goals that ended when 60-yard attempt was blocked in season finale versus New Orleans (1/2)...Inactive at San Francisco (11/14) and versus Arizona (11/21) with an injured right calf suffered during a kickoff at San Francisco (11/14)...PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week recognition after converting a team-record and career-high six field goals in 32-21 victory at New Orleans (12/5)...Marked fifth career Player of the Week award, the most won by any player in team history...Last earned honor following performance at Arizona (12/14/03)...Two-time Player of the Month recipient...At San Francisco (11/14): Suffered injured right calf while attempting a kickoff that forced him miss the next two contests...At New Orleans (12/5): Established team record and career high with six field goals and 20 points...Converted both extra point attempts to end contest with 20 points in 32-21 victory...Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week...Six field goals were NFL high for the 2004 season...Converted field goals from 30, 50, 46 and 25 yards as well as two 21-yarders...Six field goals bettered previous career high and team mark of five he set during the postseason versus Dallas (1/3/04) and in regular season contests at New Orleans (9/8/96) and versus Atlanta (9/1/96)...Six field goal attempts tied career high previously set at San Francisco (11/8/98)...20 points bettered previous team mark of 18 points achieved six times, most recently by Nick Goings versus Arizona (11/21/04)...Point total surpassed previous career high of 17 registered during postseason versus Dallas (1/3/04) and in regular season versus Atlanta (9/1/96)...At Tampa Bay (12/26): Missed only extra point attempt of the season...Marked first miss since contest versus Philadelphia (11/30/03)...Vs. New Orleans (1/2): Converted 54-yarder...200th all-time field goal since joining Panthers in 1995...60-yard attempt with four seconds remaining that could have tied contest was blocked...60-yard attempt stands longest of career...Exceeded previous long attempt of 57 yards at San Francisco (11/8/98).

2003
Converted 32-of-38 field goal attempts and 29-of-30 extra point opportunities to score 125 points...Ranked second in the NFC in scoring among kickers...Led the Panthers in scoring with the second-highest total of his career and in team history...Fourth season in which he has scored 100 or more points and first since he tallied a team-record 145 points in 1996...38 field goal attempts and 32 field goals stand as the second-highest totals of his career and in team history...Established team record with 22 consecutive field goals...Kicked at least three field goals in five games...Earned spot on roster after preseason competition with Shayne Graham.
POSTSEASON: Led NFL with 35 points, converting nine-of-11 field goals and all eight of his extra point opportunities...Including 1996 postseason, extended streak to 14 consecutive field goals before hitting the left upright on 53-yard attempt at St. Louis (1/10)...Streak of consecutive field goals tied for the third-longest in NFL history, equaling Jacksonville's Mike Hollis, who registered his streak from 1996-99.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Named NFC Special Team Player of the Month for October after converting all nine of his field goal attempts and all nine extra point opportunities...Included game-winning kicks in overtime of 47 yards at Indianapolis (10/12) and 31 yards at New Orleans (10/26)...Made game-saving tackle of dangerous Saints kick returner Michael Lewis in overtime...Named NFC Player of the Week for performance at Arizona (12/14) in which he converted field goals from 21 and 49 yards as well as two extra point opportunities...49-yard field goal came with four seconds remaining and clinched NFC South division title...Fourth career player of the week award, the most won by a player in team history...First honor since winning in 1997 for performance at Atlanta (9/7/97)...Player of the Month Award was the second of his career, joining defensive end Mike Rucker and former linebacker Sam Mills as the only players in team history to earn the honor twice.
GAME-WINNING FIELD GOALS: Converted four game-winning field goals in 2003, increasing his Panthers total to eight and his career total to nine...49-yard field goal with four seconds remaining secured a 20-17 victory at Arizona (12/14) and the NFC South division title for the Panthers...Converted three game-winning field goals in overtime on 47-yarders at Tampa Bay (9/14) and at Indianapolis (10/12) and 31-yarder at New Orleans (10/26)...Second kicker in NFL history to record three game-winning overtime field goals in the same season, joining Jason Hansen, who set the mark with Detroit in 1994...Increased career total to five game-winning overtime field goals in 2003 and were his first since converting a 29-yarder for Panthers in 20-17 overtime victory at New England (10/29/95), Carolina's only overtime victory in team history until 2003...Helped Carolina post a 7-0 record in games decided by three points or less, tie an NFL record with seven wins by three points or less and equal the League record with three overtime victories...Since overtime was instituted by the NFL in 1974, the Panthers became first team to win three overtime games on the road in the same season and the first to have overtime contests in their first three road games of the season.
CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS: Set team record with 22 consecutive field goals, bettering the previous mark of 18 set by Joe Nedney in 2000...Made final field goal attempt of 2002 season, a 23-yarder versus Detroit (9/15/02) before being placed on injured reserve with a sports hernia, and first 21 attempts of the 2003 campaign...Did not miss a field goal until the 10th game of the season versus Washington (11/16) when he was short on a 47-yard attempt after connecting on his first field goal attempt of the game, a 25-yarder...Marked the third time of his career that he connected on at least 13 field consecutive field goals...Kicked 13 consecutive field goals in1996 and 16 in a row in 1999.
At Tampa Bay (9/14): Responsible for all 12 of the Panthers points with four field goals from 28, 35, 20 and 47 yards...47-yard field goal provided game-winning points with 3:28 remaining in overtime...Marked third career game-winning field goal in overtime and first since converting 29-yarder in 20-17 victory at New England (10/29/95) that resulted in the first overtime victory in Panthers history...1995 victory was only overtime win in team history prior to Buccaneers games and ended five-game losing streak for Carolina in overtime contests to improve team's record to 2-5...Bettered Carolina's record to 5-1 in games where he kicked four or more field goals...Panthers second win of the season by margin of three points or less.
At Indianapolis (10/12): Converted field goals from 29, 23, and 47 yards...47-yard field goal secured victory with 9:21 remaining in overtime...Third career game-winning field goal in overtime and his second of the season...Improved Panthers all-time record to 3-5 in overtime games...Carolina's third win of the season by a margin of three points or less.
At New Orleans (10/26): Successful on field goals from 24, 29 and 31 yards...Converted 31-yarder with 10:28 left in overtime...Contributed game-saving tackle of dangerous Saints kick returner Michael Lewis in overtime on his return of opening kickoff of extra session...Marked fourth career game-winning field goal in overtime and his third of the season, tying NFL single-season record set by Jason Hanson with Detroit in 1994...Enabled Carolina to become first team in NFL history to win three overtime games on the road in the same season as well as become the first team to have overtime contests in its first three road games of the season...Improved Panthers all-time record to 4-5 in overtime contests...Carolina's fourth victory of the season by margin of three points or less.
Vs. Philadelphia (11/30): Converted one-of-four field goals...After opening contest with 20-yarder, was wide left on 32-yarder and wide right on tries from 38 and 49 yards...Missed first and only extra point of the season...Third game of career with three missed field goals, occurring previously at San Francisco (11/8/98) and while with Seattle in contest at Pittsburgh (12/9/92).
At Arizona (12/14): Connected on field goals from 21 and 49 yards...49-yard field goal came with four seconds remaining and was difference in 20-17 victory that clinched the NFC South division title...Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week recognition for the fourth time of his career, his first such honor since 1997 for his effort at Atlanta (9/7/97)...Fourth game-winning field goal of the season that was converted in the game's final two minutes or overtime...Improved Panthers record to 7-0 for the season in games decided by a margin of three points or less, tying an NFL record for most wins in a season by three points or less established by Arizona in 1998.
NFC Wild Card vs. Dallas (1/3): Tied career-high with 17 points on five field goals and two extra points...Converted field goals from 18, 38, 19, 32 and 34 yards...Five field goals tied NFL postseason record last accomplished by Brad Daluiso of the New York Giants versus Minnesota (12/27/97)...Tied single-game career-high and own team record for field goals in a game, set versus Atlanta (9/1/96) and equalled at New Orleans (9/8/96)...17 points tied career-high established versus Atlanta (9/1/96).
NFC Divisional Playoff at St. Louis (1/10): Converted first three field goals before missing last two...Connected on field goals from 45, 52 and 34 yards before hitting the left upright on a 53-yard attempt in the fourth quarter and missing wide right on a 45-yard attempt in overtime...Initially converted on 40-yarder in overtime but Carolina was penalized for delay of game...Wide right on subsequent 45-yard attempt...Success on first three field goals extended streak of consecutive postseason field goals to 14, matching the third-longest streak in NFL postseason history...52-yard field goal was the longest of his career during the postseason, surpassing previous long of 40 set versus Dallas (1/5/97) in the 1996 NFC divisional playoffs.
Super Bowl XXXVIII vs. New England (2/1): Converted 50-yard field goal and both extra point attempts...Delivered 50-yard field goal with 18 seconds remaining in the first half to narrow deficit to 14-10.

2002
Played in two games before being placed on injured reserve (9/21) with a sports hernia....Converted two-of-five field goals and all five extra point opportunities to score 11 points.

2001
After spending the 2000 season on injured reserve, John rebounded to lead the Panthers in scoring for his sixth season with 91 points...Converted 23-of-28 field goals and 22-of-23 extra points...Had one special teams tackle...Vs. New York Jets (10/28): Missed his lone extra point of the season when his attempt hit the right upright...Miss ended a team record of 69 consecutive extra points that dated to the 1998 season when he had an extra point blocked at Dallas (10/11/98)...Vs. Arizona (12/30): Collected an extra point but missed wide left from 44 yards and was short on a 52-yarder...Marked first time he missed two field goals in a game since 1998 when he was wide left on a 51-yarder and short on a 57-yarder at San Francisco (11/8/98).

2000
After spending the offseason rehabbing his left knee, John re-injured the same knee when he fractured his kneecap on a field goal attempt while participating in his first training camp practice (8/13) with the team since his 1999 injury...Placed on injured reserve (8/14).

1999
Appeared in 13 games...Led the Panthers in scoring for the fifth consecutive season, tallying 99 points...Converted 22-of-25 field goal attempts, a personal-best 88.0 percent, with a long of 52 yards and all 33 extra point opportunities...Ranked second among NFC kickers in scoring with 99 points through Week 14 before suffering a torn ACL in his left knee at Green Bay (12/12) while trying to slow a kick returner...Placed on injured reserve (12/14)...Also accounted for two special teams tackles...Vs. Atlanta (11/28): Consecutive field goal streak ended at 16 after converting from 30 and 24 yards but missing wide right from 47 yards...Miss ended a string of 23 consecutive field goals inside of 50 yards that dated to 1998.

1998
Scored 92 points on 19-of-26 field goals and 35-of-37 extra points...Set a career single-season mark with four field goals longer than 50 yards, including a career-long 56 yarder...Posted a career-long 57-yard attempt...Vs. Green Bay (9/27): Connected on career-long 56-yard field goal...At Atlanta (10/4): Experienced first extra point blocked of his career and in team history...At Dallas (10/11): Had an extra point blocked...At San Francisco (11/8): Registered a career-high six attempts...32-yard attempt blocked and wide left from 51 yards away...Fell short on a potential game-winner from 57 yards at San Francisco, the longest attempt of his career.

1997
Scored 91 points on 25-of-25 extra points and connected on 22-of-26 field goal attempts, missing just one field goal inside of 50 yards on a block...PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts at Atlanta (9/7/97) when his last-second kick gave the Panthers a 9-6 win...At Atlanta (9/7): Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week when his three fourth-quarter field goals, including a 39-yard game winner with no time remaining, lifted the Panthers to a 9-6 win...His lone miss in the game was a 55-yard attempt at the end of the first half that hit the upright...Vs. New Orleans (11/30): 26-yard attempt blocked, marking his only miss inside of 50 yards in 1997 and his first miss inside 30 yards since 1992.

1996
Led NFL with a career-best 145 points...Converted an NFL-record 37 field goals, missing just four of 38 field goals inside of 50 yards...POSTSEASON: Panthers leading scorer with 21 points...Converted all six field goal attempts and all three of his extra point opportunities...PRO BOWL: Selected to first career Pro Bowl...One of eight Carolina players who played in the game, joining kick returner Michael Bates, cornerback Eric Davis, tight end Wesley Walls, linebackers Kevin Greene, Lamar Lathon and Sam Mills and quarterback Kerry Collins who appeared as an alternate...HONORS: First-team all-pro by UPI...Second team all-pro by The Associated Press and Football Digest...All-NFC choice by Football News...PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for weeks one and two in 1996, after he posted consecutive five-for-five field goal games versus Atlanta (9/1/96) and at New Orleans (9/8/96)...Garnered NFC Special Teams Player of the Month honors for September 1996 after connecting on 13-of-14 field goals in five games...Vs. Atlanta (9/1): Opened the season by earning NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors for connecting on a career-best five-of-five attempts form 32, 36, 53, 38 and 42 yards in addition to two extra points for a career-high 17 points...At New Orleans (9/8): Scored 16 points, matching his five-for-five performance by connecting from 51, 22, 29, 51 and 23 yards along with a PAT to earn NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for the second consecutive week...His 23-yard conversion in the fourth quarter lifted the Panthers to a 22-20 win, while his two conversions in the same game from beyond 50 yards tied a League record...Back-to-back five-for-five weeks made him the second kicker in NFL history to record such performances (John Carney, San Diego, 1994) and the fourth kicker in NFL history to convert 10 field goals in two consecutive games...At Jacksonville (9/29): Missed his only attempt...Also missed a PAT at Jacksonville, his fourth miss in six years on a PAT...His scoreless performance ended a scoring streak that stretched 62 consecutive games...Vs. St. Louis (10/13): Converted career-high six extra points...At San Francisco (12/8): Missed 31-yard attempt, snapping a string of 27 consecutive conversions inside 40 yards...Vs. Pittsburgh (12/22): Converted all three field goal attempts...35-yard field goal tied the NFL record for field goals in a season at 35 (held by the Giants Ali Haji-Sheikh in 1983 and the Raiders Jeff Jeager in 1993), while his 30 and 29-yard conversions extended the record beyond Indianapolis Colts kicker Cary Blanchard, who kicked 36 field goals in 1996.

1995
Led the League in the preseason with 46 points...Connected on 26-of-33 field goal attempts en route to 105 points, including conversions on game-winning attempts at New England (10/29) and versus Indianapolis (12/3)...At Buffalo (9/10): Had his first career punt on a 32-yard quick kick, downed on the Buffalo four yard line...Vs. Tampa Bay (10/1): Missed his only PAT of the year...Vs. New York Jets (10/15): In the team's inaugural victory, John had 14 points on four-of-five field goals and two extra points...At New England (10/29): Went two-of-four including a game-winning 29-yard field goal into the wind in overtime that gave the Panthers their first road win in team history...At San Francisco (11/5): Two field goals provided the Panthers winning margin and ensured the first-ever win by an NFL expansion team over the defending Super Bowl champion...Vs. Arizona (11/19): Attempt at the end of the first half was blocked, marking the first time he had a kick blocked in high school, college or as a professional...Vs. Indianapolis (12/3): Notched his second game-winning field goal of the year, a 38-yard attempt with eight seconds remaining that gave the Panthers a 13-10 win.

1994
Led Seattle in scoring for the fourth straight year...Converted on 20-of-24 field goals and 25-of-26 extra points...During the season, John moved into second place for career field goals by a Seahawk with 82 behind Norm Johnson's 159...Did not miss inside of 42 yards and converted seven-of-11 attempts from outside the 40 yard line...Ended his Seahawks career with a 78.10 (82-105) field goal percentage, tops in Seattle history...His 83.33 mark tied Johnson's record set in 1984.

1993
Missed one field goal inside 40 yards all season and converted three field goals from outside 50 yards...At Cincinnati (9/26): In a 19-10 win, he connected on four-of-four attempts from 32, 35, 23 and 35 yards, providing the Seahawks only offensive points...At Denver (10/31): Hit on a 53-yard attempt...At Kansas City (1/2/94): Converted a 55-yard attempt in the season finale, the longest field goal in Seattle team history.

1992
Led the Seahawks in scoring...Made 14-of-22 attempts...Vs. Denver (11/30): His 32-yard attempt lifted the Seahawks to a 16-13 overtime win on Monday Night Football.

1991
Originally a fourth-round draft choice (98th overall) by the Seahawks...Set a Seahawks rookie record with 102 points while setting a team record for field goals with 25...First rookie in Seahawks history to score more than 100 points...HONORS: Named first-team All-Rookie by Pro Football Weekly, Football News, the Professional Football Writers Association and College and Pro Football Newsweekly...Vs. San Diego (10/27): Tied a League record by kicking two field goals from more than 50 yards in the same game with 51 and 54-yarders...Vs. Los Angeles Rams (12/22): Missed extra point on last attempt, ending a string of 27 successful conversions to start the season.

COLLEGE
Four-year letterman at Georgia...Finished career fifth on the school's career kick scoring list with 217 points, converting 46-of-65 field goals and 79-of-82 extra points...1990 (Sr.): Named third-team All-America by Football News and second-team All-SEC selection...Scored a team-high 67 points on 10-of-11 extra points and 19-of-24 field goals...Converted three field goals, including a game-winning 40-yarder with a minute left, in a 17-15 win over Alabama...1989 (Jr.): Second on the team in scoring with a career-high 79 points on 19-of-24 field goals, including six-of-seven beyond 40 yards, and 22-of-23 extra points...1988 (So.): Five of eight misses were from beyond 50 yards...1987 (Fr.): Took over full-time place kicking duties midway through the season after beginning the season as the kickoff specialist...39-yard field goal as time expired gave the Bulldogs a Liberty Bowl win against Arkansas.

PERSONAL
Attended Clarke Central HS in Athens, Ga....Graduated from Georgia with a degree in journalism...Last name is pronounced CASEY.

TRANSACTIONS
Released by Carolina (7/29/11)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (10/29/08)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (2/17/04)...Placed on injured reserve by Carolina with a sports hernia (9/21/02)...Placed on injured reserve by Carolina with an injured left knee (8/14/00)...Placed on injured reserve by Carolina with an injured left knee (12/14/99)...Signed to contract extension by Carolina (2/11/99)...Signed as an unrestricted free agent by Carolina (2/20/95)...Selected by Seattle in the fourth round (98th overall) of the 1991 NFL Draft.

GP/GS
Career (285/0) [10/0]; 2010 (16/0); 2009 (16/0); 2008 (16/0) [1/0]; 2007 (16/0); 2006 (16/0); 2005 (16/0) [3/0]; 2004 (14/0); 2003 (16/0) [4/0]; 2002 (2/0); 2001 (16/0); 2000 (IR); 1999 (13/0); 1998 (16/0); 1997 (16/0); 1996 (16/0) [2/0]; 1995 (16/0); 1994 (16/0); 1993 (16/0); 1992 (16/0); 1991 (16/0).

2010
Played in all 16 games for Carolina...Connected on 25-of-29 field goal attempts and all 17 of his extra point opportunities for a team-leading 92 points...Responsible for one special teams tackle...Stands as the Panthers all-time leader with 351 field goals and 1,482 points scored...Ended season ranked seventh in NFL history with 433 field goals and eighth with 1,823 points scored...At New York Giants (9/12): Scored 10 points on three field goals and one extra point to move into eighth place in NFL history for points scored with 1,741, bettering the 1,736 totaled by Norm Johnson from 1982-1999...Vs. San Francisco (10/24): Made the 13th game-winning field goal of his career and 11th with the Panthers on a 37-yarder with 39 seconds remaining...Equaled the second-longest field goal of his career with a 55-yard boot in the third quarter, previously accomplished for Seattle at Kansas City (1/2/94)...Moved into a second-place tie with Morten Andersen for the most field goals of 50 yards or more in NFL history with 40.

2009
Played in all 16 games...Connected on 22-of-27 field-goal attempts and 31-of-32 extra-point opportunities for a team-leading 97 points...At Atlanta (9/20): Made a season-long 50-yard field goal...Vs. Minnesota (12/20): Had team record of 157 consecutive successful extra points snapped when Vikings defensive end Ray Edwards blocked PAT following Panthers' touchdown in the second quarter.

2008
Played in all 16 games...Converted 28-of-31 field-goal attempts and all 46 extra-point opportunities for 130 points...130 points scored rank second in team history to his 145 points in 1996...Established a personal best with a 90.3 field goal percentage...Set a team record for the most extra points in a season with 46...Extended team mark for most consecutive extra points made to 133...Did not handle kickoffs for first time in career...At San Diego (9/7): Tied team record for most field goals in a quarter with three in the second quarter...Connected on all four attempts for the game in 26-24 victory...At Oakland (11/9): Missed short on a 54-yard field-goal attempt...Ended streak of 21 consecutive field goals made, one shy of his team mark of 22...At New Orleans (12/28): Kicked game winning 42-yard field goal with one second remaining in 33-31 victory that clinched NFC South title...Marked 12th game-winning field goal of his career and 10th with the Panthers...Successful on all four field-goal attempts in the game...NFC Divisional Playoffs Vs. Arizona (1/10): Converted only extra-point attempt in 10th career postseason contest.

2007
Played in all 16 games...Converted 24-of-28 field goal attempts and 27-of-27 extra point opportunities for a team-leading 99 points...Moved into 10th place all-time in NFL history with 358 made field goals and 13th all-time with 1,504 career points...Set a team record with 88 consecutive made extra points, surpassing his previous club mark of 69 from 1998-1999 and 2001...Last missed extra point occurred versus Green Bay (10/3/05)...At New Orleans (10/7): Made 11th career game-winning field goal and ninth with the Panthers on a 52-yarder as time expired...Finished with 10 points on three field goals and one extra point...At Arizona (10/14): Connected on a season-high four field goals out of five attempts and was successful on his only extra point opportunity for a season-high 13 points...Vs. Seattle (12/16): Kicked a season-long 53-yard field goal.

2006
Played in 16 games...Converted 24-of-27 field goal attempts and 28-of-28 extra point opportunities to rank first on team with 100 points...88.9 field goal percent conversion rate established a career-high and tied for second in the NFC and sixth in the NFL...Stands as second-highest field goal percentage in team history behind 92.85 by Joe Nedney in 2000...Recorded sixth career 100-point season...Became 25th player in NFL history to score 1,000 points with the same club...Four field goals beyond 50 yards equaled personal best, previously accomplished in 1998...Has converted 61 consecutive extra point attempts, the second-longest streak in team history behind his record of 69 from 1998-99 and 2001...NFC PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week at Tampa Bay (9/24) after converting an NFL-record four field goals of 46 yards or longer in one game, including a 46-yard game winner with two seconds left in a  26-24 victory...Converted attempts from 51, 50, 49 and 46 yards...46-yard game winner was the 10th of his career...Increased career total of Player of the Week awards to six, the most won by a player in team history...Last earned recognition following performance at Arizona (12/14/03)...Vs. Dallas (10/29): Missed short on a career-long 65-yard field goal attempt...At Washington (11/26): Converted 51-yard field goal...At Philadelphia  (12/10): Scored six points to move into 17th place all time in NFL history for points scored, bettering the 1,382 accumulated by Mark Moseley.

2005
Played in 16 games...Converted 26-of-34 field goal attempts and 43-of-44 extra point opportunities for 121 points...Established personal bests for extra point attempts and extra points made...121 points represented the third-highest total of his career and the fifth season that Kasay has scored 100 or more points...Punted once for 36 yards...Converted 23-of-26 field goal attempts from 49 yards or less...Contributed to team that ranked eight in the NFL in scoring with an average of 24.4 points per game, the second highest average in team history...POSTSEASON: Played in all three games...Successful on all six field goal attempts and six-of-seven extra point attempts...Led all NFL kickers with 24 points...ALL-TIME AMONG NFL KICKERS DURING THE POSTSEASON: Career postseason field goal conversion rate of 91.3 percent ranks second in NFL history behind Martín Gramatica, who achieved a 91.7 conversion rate on 11-of-12 field goals in seven games for Tampa Bay...Kasay has converted 21-of-23 field goals in nine postseason games for Carolina...21 field goals ties for the fourth highest total in NFL history behind George Blanda and Steve Christie with 22, Adam Vinatieri with 24, and Gary Anderson with 32...PANTHERS TEAM RECORDS: Set team marks with 43 extra points and 44 extra point attempts... Surpassed records of 37 extra point attempts and 35 extra points he set in 1998...Vs. New England (9/18): Made field goals from 51 and 52 yards...Marked third time of his career he connected on two field goals from 50 yards or longer in a game...Converted two 51-yarders at New Orleans (9/8/96) and on field goals of 51 and 54 yards versus San Diego (10/27/91) while with Seattle...At Miami (9/25): Connected on 52-yard field goal...Combined with two field goals beyond 50 yards made in previous contest versus New England (9/18), became the second player since 1995 to attempt three consecutive field goals from 50 yards or longer and convert all of them...Neil Rackers accomplished the feat for Arizona versus Seattle (10/24/04).

2004
Played in 14 games...Converted 19-of-22 field goal attempts and 27-of-28 extra point opportunities to rank second on team with 84 points...86.4 field goal percent conversion rate ranked second in the NFC and sixth in the NFL...Ranks as third-highest field goal percentage in team history behind 92.85 registered by Joe Nedney in 2000 and 88.0 achieved by Kasay in 1999...Field goal conversion rate stands as second highest of career, trailing 88.0 mark posted in 1999...Marked only the third time in team history he did not lead the team in scoring...Did not lead team in 2000 and 2002 when he spent the majority of both campaigns on injured reserve...Season included streak of 15 consecutive field goals that ended when 60-yard attempt was blocked in season finale versus New Orleans (1/2)...Inactive at San Francisco (11/14) and versus Arizona (11/21) with an injured right calf suffered during a kickoff at San Francisco (11/14)...PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week recognition after converting a team-record and career-high six field goals in 32-21 victory at New Orleans (12/5)...Marked fifth career Player of the Week award, the most won by any player in team history...Last earned honor following performance at Arizona (12/14/03)...Two-time Player of the Month recipient...At San Francisco (11/14): Suffered injured right calf while attempting a kickoff that forced him miss the next two contests...At New Orleans (12/5): Established team record and career high with six field goals and 20 points...Converted both extra point attempts to end contest with 20 points in 32-21 victory...Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week...Six field goals were NFL high for the 2004 season...Converted field goals from 30, 50, 46 and 25 yards as well as two 21-yarders...Six field goals bettered previous career high and team mark of five he set during the postseason versus Dallas (1/3/04) and in regular season contests at New Orleans (9/8/96) and versus Atlanta (9/1/96)...Six field goal attempts tied career high previously set at San Francisco (11/8/98)...20 points bettered previous team mark of 18 points achieved six times, most recently by Nick Goings versus Arizona (11/21/04)...Point total surpassed previous career high of 17 registered during postseason versus Dallas (1/3/04) and in regular season versus Atlanta (9/1/96)...At Tampa Bay (12/26): Missed only extra point attempt of the season...Marked first miss since contest versus Philadelphia (11/30/03)...Vs. New Orleans (1/2): Converted 54-yarder...200th all-time field goal since joining Panthers in 1995...60-yard attempt with four seconds remaining that could have tied contest was blocked...60-yard attempt stands longest of career...Exceeded previous long attempt of 57 yards at San Francisco (11/8/98).

2003
Converted 32-of-38 field goal attempts and 29-of-30 extra point opportunities to score 125 points...Ranked second in the NFC in scoring among kickers...Led the Panthers in scoring with the second-highest total of his career and in team history...Fourth season in which he has scored 100 or more points and first since he tallied a team-record 145 points in 1996...38 field goal attempts and 32 field goals stand as the second-highest totals of his career and in team history...Established team record with 22 consecutive field goals...Kicked at least three field goals in five games...Earned spot on roster after preseason competition with Shayne Graham.
POSTSEASON: Led NFL with 35 points, converting nine-of-11 field goals and all eight of his extra point opportunities...Including 1996 postseason, extended streak to 14 consecutive field goals before hitting the left upright on 53-yard attempt at St. Louis (1/10)...Streak of consecutive field goals tied for the third-longest in NFL history, equaling Jacksonville's Mike Hollis, who registered his streak from 1996-99.
PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Named NFC Special Team Player of the Month for October after converting all nine of his field goal attempts and all nine extra point opportunities...Included game-winning kicks in overtime of 47 yards at Indianapolis (10/12) and 31 yards at New Orleans (10/26)...Made game-saving tackle of dangerous Saints kick returner Michael Lewis in overtime...Named NFC Player of the Week for performance at Arizona (12/14) in which he converted field goals from 21 and 49 yards as well as two extra point opportunities...49-yard field goal came with four seconds remaining and clinched NFC South division title...Fourth career player of the week award, the most won by a player in team history...First honor since winning in 1997 for performance at Atlanta (9/7/97)...Player of the Month Award was the second of his career, joining defensive end Mike Rucker and former linebacker Sam Mills as the only players in team history to earn the honor twice.
GAME-WINNING FIELD GOALS: Converted four game-winning field goals in 2003, increasing his Panthers total to eight and his career total to nine...49-yard field goal with four seconds remaining secured a 20-17 victory at Arizona (12/14) and the NFC South division title for the Panthers...Converted three game-winning field goals in overtime on 47-yarders at Tampa Bay (9/14) and at Indianapolis (10/12) and 31-yarder at New Orleans (10/26)...Second kicker in NFL history to record three game-winning overtime field goals in the same season, joining Jason Hansen, who set the mark with Detroit in 1994...Increased career total to five game-winning overtime field goals in 2003 and were his first since converting a 29-yarder for Panthers in 20-17 overtime victory at New England (10/29/95), Carolina's only overtime victory in team history until 2003...Helped Carolina post a 7-0 record in games decided by three points or less, tie an NFL record with seven wins by three points or less and equal the League record with three overtime victories...Since overtime was instituted by the NFL in 1974, the Panthers became first team to win three overtime games on the road in the same season and the first to have overtime contests in their first three road games of the season.
CONSECUTIVE FIELD GOALS: Set team record with 22 consecutive field goals, bettering the previous mark of 18 set by Joe Nedney in 2000...Made final field goal attempt of 2002 season, a 23-yarder versus Detroit (9/15/02) before being placed on injured reserve with a sports hernia, and first 21 attempts of the 2003 campaign...Did not miss a field goal until the 10th game of the season versus Washington (11/16) when he was short on a 47-yard attempt after connecting on his first field goal attempt of the game, a 25-yarder...Marked the third time of his career that he connected on at least 13 field consecutive field goals...Kicked 13 consecutive field goals in1996 and 16 in a row in 1999.
At Tampa Bay (9/14): Responsible for all 12 of the Panthers points with four field goals from 28, 35, 20 and 47 yards...47-yard field goal provided game-winning points with 3:28 remaining in overtime...Marked third career game-winning field goal in overtime and first since converting 29-yarder in 20-17 victory at New England (10/29/95) that resulted in the first overtime victory in Panthers history...1995 victory was only overtime win in team history prior to Buccaneers games and ended five-game losing streak for Carolina in overtime contests to improve team's record to 2-5...Bettered Carolina's record to 5-1 in games where he kicked four or more field goals...Panthers second win of the season by margin of three points or less.
At Indianapolis (10/12): Converted field goals from 29, 23, and 47 yards...47-yard field goal secured victory with 9:21 remaining in overtime...Third career game-winning field goal in overtime and his second of the season...Improved Panthers all-time record to 3-5 in overtime games...Carolina's third win of the season by a margin of three points or less.
At New Orleans (10/26): Successful on field goals from 24, 29 and 31 yards...Converted 31-yarder with 10:28 left in overtime...Contributed game-saving tackle of dangerous Saints kick returner Michael Lewis in overtime on his return of opening kickoff of extra session...Marked fourth career game-winning field goal in overtime and his third of the season, tying NFL single-season record set by Jason Hanson with Detroit in 1994...Enabled Carolina to become first team in NFL history to win three overtime games on the road in the same season as well as become the first team to have overtime contests in its first three road games of the season...Improved Panthers all-time record to 4-5 in overtime contests...Carolina's fourth victory of the season by margin of three points or less.
Vs. Philadelphia (11/30): Converted one-of-four field goals...After opening contest with 20-yarder, was wide left on 32-yarder and wide right on tries from 38 and 49 yards...Missed first and only extra point of the season...Third game of career with three missed field goals, occurring previously at San Francisco (11/8/98) and while with Seattle in contest at Pittsburgh (12/9/92).
At Arizona (12/14): Connected on field goals from 21 and 49 yards...49-yard field goal came with four seconds remaining and was difference in 20-17 victory that clinched the NFC South division title...Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week recognition for the fourth time of his career, his first such honor since 1997 for his effort at Atlanta (9/7/97)...Fourth game-winning field goal of the season that was converted in the game's final two minutes or overtime...Improved Panthers record to 7-0 for the season in games decided by a margin of three points or less, tying an NFL record for most wins in a season by three points or less established by Arizona in 1998.
NFC Wild Card vs. Dallas (1/3): Tied career-high with 17 points on five field goals and two extra points...Converted field goals from 18, 38, 19, 32 and 34 yards...Five field goals tied NFL postseason record last accomplished by Brad Daluiso of the New York Giants versus Minnesota (12/27/97)...Tied single-game career-high and own team record for field goals in a game, set versus Atlanta (9/1/96) and equalled at New Orleans (9/8/96)...17 points tied career-high established versus Atlanta (9/1/96).
NFC Divisional Playoff at St. Louis (1/10): Converted first three field goals before missing last two...Connected on field goals from 45, 52 and 34 yards before hitting the left upright on a 53-yard attempt in the fourth quarter and missing wide right on a 45-yard attempt in overtime...Initially converted on 40-yarder in overtime but Carolina was penalized for delay of game...Wide right on subsequent 45-yard attempt...Success on first three field goals extended streak of consecutive postseason field goals to 14, matching the third-longest streak in NFL postseason history...52-yard field goal was the longest of his career during the postseason, surpassing previous long of 40 set versus Dallas (1/5/97) in the 1996 NFC divisional playoffs.
Super Bowl XXXVIII vs. New England (2/1): Converted 50-yard field goal and both extra point attempts...Delivered 50-yard field goal with 18 seconds remaining in the first half to narrow deficit to 14-10.

2002
Played in two games before being placed on injured reserve (9/21) with a sports hernia....Converted two-of-five field goals and all five extra point opportunities to score 11 points.

2001
After spending the 2000 season on injured reserve, John rebounded to lead the Panthers in scoring for his sixth season with 91 points...Converted 23-of-28 field goals and 22-of-23 extra points...Had one special teams tackle...Vs. New York Jets (10/28): Missed his lone extra point of the season when his attempt hit the right upright...Miss ended a team record of 69 consecutive extra points that dated to the 1998 season when he had an extra point blocked at Dallas (10/11/98)...Vs. Arizona (12/30): Collected an extra point but missed wide left from 44 yards and was short on a 52-yarder...Marked first time he missed two field goals in a game since 1998 when he was wide left on a 51-yarder and short on a 57-yarder at San Francisco (11/8/98).

2000
After spending the offseason rehabbing his left knee, John re-injured the same knee when he fractured his kneecap on a field goal attempt while participating in his first training camp practice (8/13) with the team since his 1999 injury...Placed on injured reserve (8/14).

1999
Appeared in 13 games...Led the Panthers in scoring for the fifth consecutive season, tallying 99 points...Converted 22-of-25 field goal attempts, a personal-best 88.0 percent, with a long of 52 yards and all 33 extra point opportunities...Ranked second among NFC kickers in scoring with 99 points through Week 14 before suffering a torn ACL in his left knee at Green Bay (12/12) while trying to slow a kick returner...Placed on injured reserve (12/14)...Also accounted for two special teams tackles...Vs. Atlanta (11/28): Consecutive field goal streak ended at 16 after converting from 30 and 24 yards but missing wide right from 47 yards...Miss ended a string of 23 consecutive field goals inside of 50 yards that dated to 1998.

1998
Scored 92 points on 19-of-26 field goals and 35-of-37 extra points...Set a career single-season mark with four field goals longer than 50 yards, including a career-long 56 yarder...Posted a career-long 57-yard attempt...Vs. Green Bay (9/27): Connected on career-long 56-yard field goal...At Atlanta (10/4): Experienced first extra point blocked of his career and in team history...At Dallas (10/11): Had an extra point blocked...At San Francisco (11/8): Registered a career-high six attempts...32-yard attempt blocked and wide left from 51 yards away...Fell short on a potential game-winner from 57 yards at San Francisco, the longest attempt of his career.

1997
Scored 91 points on 25-of-25 extra points and connected on 22-of-26 field goal attempts, missing just one field goal inside of 50 yards on a block...PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts at Atlanta (9/7/97) when his last-second kick gave the Panthers a 9-6 win...At Atlanta (9/7): Earned NFC Special Teams Player of the Week when his three fourth-quarter field goals, including a 39-yard game winner with no time remaining, lifted the Panthers to a 9-6 win...His lone miss in the game was a 55-yard attempt at the end of the first half that hit the upright...Vs. New Orleans (11/30): 26-yard attempt blocked, marking his only miss inside of 50 yards in 1997 and his first miss inside 30 yards since 1992.

1996
Led NFL with a career-best 145 points...Converted an NFL-record 37 field goals, missing just four of 38 field goals inside of 50 yards...POSTSEASON: Panthers leading scorer with 21 points...Converted all six field goal attempts and all three of his extra point opportunities...PRO BOWL: Selected to first career Pro Bowl...One of eight Carolina players who played in the game, joining kick returner Michael Bates, cornerback Eric Davis, tight end Wesley Walls, linebackers Kevin Greene, Lamar Lathon and Sam Mills and quarterback Kerry Collins who appeared as an alternate...HONORS: First-team all-pro by UPI...Second team all-pro by The Associated Press and Football Digest...All-NFC choice by Football News...PLAYER OF THE WEEK/MONTH: Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for weeks one and two in 1996, after he posted consecutive five-for-five field goal games versus Atlanta (9/1/96) and at New Orleans (9/8/96)...Garnered NFC Special Teams Player of the Month honors for September 1996 after connecting on 13-of-14 field goals in five games...Vs. Atlanta (9/1): Opened the season by earning NFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors for connecting on a career-best five-of-five attempts form 32, 36, 53, 38 and 42 yards in addition to two extra points for a career-high 17 points...At New Orleans (9/8): Scored 16 points, matching his five-for-five performance by connecting from 51, 22, 29, 51 and 23 yards along with a PAT to earn NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for the second consecutive week...His 23-yard conversion in the fourth quarter lifted the Panthers to a 22-20 win, while his two conversions in the same game from beyond 50 yards tied a League record...Back-to-back five-for-five weeks made him the second kicker in NFL history to record such performances (John Carney, San Diego, 1994) and the fourth kicker in NFL history to convert 10 field goals in two consecutive games...At Jacksonville (9/29): Missed his only attempt...Also missed a PAT at Jacksonville, his fourth miss in six years on a PAT...His scoreless performance ended a scoring streak that stretched 62 consecutive games...Vs. St. Louis (10/13): Converted career-high six extra points...At San Francisco (12/8): Missed 31-yard attempt, snapping a string of 27 consecutive conversions inside 40 yards...Vs. Pittsburgh (12/22): Converted all three field goal attempts...35-yard field goal tied the NFL record for field goals in a season at 35 (held by the Giants Ali Haji-Sheikh in 1983 and the Raiders Jeff Jeager in 1993), while his 30 and 29-yard conversions extended the record beyond Indianapolis Colts kicker Cary Blanchard, who kicked 36 field goals in 1996.

1995
Led the League in the preseason with 46 points...Connected on 26-of-33 field goal attempts en route to 105 points, including conversions on game-winning attempts at New England (10/29) and versus Indianapolis (12/3)...At Buffalo (9/10): Had his first career punt on a 32-yard quick kick, downed on the Buffalo four yard line...Vs. Tampa Bay (10/1): Missed his only PAT of the year...Vs. New York Jets (10/15): In the team's inaugural victory, John had 14 points on four-of-five field goals and two extra points...At New England (10/29): Went two-of-four including a game-winning 29-yard field goal into the wind in overtime that gave the Panthers their first road win in team history...At San Francisco (11/5): Two field goals provided the Panthers winning margin and ensured the first-ever win by an NFL expansion team over the defending Super Bowl champion...Vs. Arizona (11/19): Attempt at the end of the first half was blocked, marking the first time he had a kick blocked in high school, college or as a professional...Vs. Indianapolis (12/3): Notched his second game-winning field goal of the year, a 38-yard attempt with eight seconds remaining that gave the Panthers a 13-10 win.

1994
Led Seattle in scoring for the fourth straight year...Converted on 20-of-24 field goals and 25-of-26 extra points...During the season, John moved into second place for career field goals by a Seahawk with 82 behind Norm Johnson's 159...Did not miss inside of 42 yards and converted seven-of-11 attempts from outside the 40 yard line...Ended his Seahawks career with a 78.10 (82-105) field goal percentage, tops in Seattle history...His 83.33 mark tied Johnson's record set in 1984.

1993
Missed one field goal inside 40 yards all season and converted three field goals from outside 50 yards...At Cincinnati (9/26): In a 19-10 win, he connected on four-of-four attempts from 32, 35, 23 and 35 yards, providing the Seahawks only offensive points...At Denver (10/31): Hit on a 53-yard attempt...At Kansas City (1/2/94): Converted a 55-yard attempt in the season finale, the longest field goal in Seattle team history.

1992
Led the Seahawks in scoring...Made 14-of-22 attempts...Vs. Denver (11/30): His 32-yard attempt lifted the Seahawks to a 16-13 overtime win on Monday Night Football.

1991
Originally a fourth-round draft choice (98th overall) by the Seahawks...Set a Seahawks rookie record with 102 points while setting a team record for field goals with 25...First rookie in Seahawks history to score more than 100 points...HONORS: Named first-team All-Rookie by Pro Football Weekly, Football News, the Professional Football Writers Association and College and Pro Football Newsweekly...Vs. San Diego (10/27): Tied a League record by kicking two field goals from more than 50 yards in the same game with 51 and 54-yarders...Vs. Los Angeles Rams (12/22): Missed extra point on last attempt, ending a string of 27 successful conversions to start the season.

COLLEGE
Four-year letterman at Georgia...Finished career fifth on the school's career kick scoring list with 217 points, converting 46-of-65 field goals and 79-of-82 extra points...1990 (Sr.): Named third-team All-America by Football News and second-team All-SEC selection...Scored a team-high 67 points on 10-of-11 extra points and 19-of-24 field goals...Converted three field goals, including a game-winning 40-yarder with a minute left, in a 17-15 win over Alabama...1989 (Jr.): Second on the team in scoring with a career-high 79 points on 19-of-24 field goals, including six-of-seven beyond 40 yards, and 22-of-23 extra points...1988 (So.): Five of eight misses were from beyond 50 yards...1987 (Fr.): Took over full-time place kicking duties midway through the season after beginning the season as the kickoff specialist...39-yard field goal as time expired gave the Bulldogs a Liberty Bowl win against Arkansas.

PERSONAL
Attended Clarke Central HS in Athens, Ga....Graduated from Georgia with a degree in journalism...Last name is pronounced CASEY.

 

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