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Billy Cundiff was born on 30 March, 1980 in Valley Center, California, U.S., is an American football player (born 1980). Discover Billy Cundiff's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is he in this year and how he spends money? Also learn how he earned most of networth at the age of 43 years old?

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Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 30 March, 1980
Birthday 30 March
Birthplace Valley Center, California, U.S.
Nationality United States

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Billy Cundiff Height, Weight & Measurements

At 43 years old, Billy Cundiff height is 185 cm .

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His wife is Nicole Cundiff

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William Ambrose Cundiff (born March 30, 1980) is a former American football placekicker.


He made eight field goals over 50 yards during his career with the Bulldogs, including a PFL-record 62-yarder as a junior in 2000 against San Diego.

He also was part of the Drake University Men's Basketball team.

He played sparingly, partly due to several members of the team being ruled academically ineligible.


He played college football for Drake University, and was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2002.

Cundiff played for the Drake Bulldogs football team of Drake University, where he broke five Pioneer Football League (PFL) career records including most points (284), field goals (49) and points after touchdown (137).

Cundiff was brought to the 2002 training camp as an undrafted free agent, and won out over incumbent Tim Seder as the team's kicker.

As a rookie, he won the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week award, after making a 48-yard field goal on the game's final play for a 13–10 victory against the St. Louis Rams.


He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology in 2003.

He tied a then-record seven field goals in a game against the New York Giants on Monday Night Football on September 15, 2003.

That year, he became the second player (Chris Boniol was first) in team history to win the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week two times in a season.


In 2005, which would have been his fourth season with the team, he was waived/injured during training camp following a quadriceps injury, and briefly replaced by kickoff specialist José Cortéz, who had not been expected to make the team.

Cundiff was later re-signed on November 19, 2005 (directly following the mandatory period after an injury waiver) having recovered from his training camp injury.

He replaced kicker Shaun Suisham, in the hope of providing greater consistency to the Cowboys' special teams.

In his first game back with the Cowboys, Cundiff made a 56-yard field goal at the end of the first half to set a record for longest field goal in franchise history.

Cundiff played six games that season before being released by the Cowboys on December 26, 2005 after missing two field goals in a critical game against the Carolina Panthers.

The Cowboys re-signed Suisham to replace him for the season finale.


On February 15, 2006, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Cundiff to a contract, but he was released after kicker Matt Bryant was re-signed.

Cundiff signed with the Green Bay Packers on March 28, 2006, and was expected to compete with Dave Rayner for the starting kicking position before being cut by Green Bay on August 17.

On November 22, 2006, the New Orleans Saints signed Cundiff as a kickoff specialist, easing the workload of veteran John Carney.


After being released by the Saints, Cundiff signed with the Atlanta Falcons on May 4, 2007.

He was released at the end of the preseason after losing the starting job to Matt Prater.


In January 2008, Cundiff was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs to a two-year contract.

He was released prior to the start of the regular season.


Cundiff was signed by the Detroit Lions on August 26, 2009 after an injury to placekicker Jason Hanson.

He was cut by the team on September 5, 2009.

Cundiff was signed by the Cleveland Browns on September 26, 2009 after an injury to placekicker Phil Dawson.

Cundiff beat out Matt Bryant in a workout with the Browns and was signed after the Browns first choice of Matt Stover declined to sign with the team.

In week 5 of the 2009 NFL season, Cundiff hit the game-winning field goal to help the Browns beat the Buffalo Bills, 6–3.

He was waived by the team on November 3, 2009.

Cundiff was brought in by the Baltimore Ravens for a workout on November 10, 2009 and was signed on November 18, 2009 to replace Stephen Hauschka, who was waived on November 17.


Cundiff re-signed with the Ravens to return for the 2010 season.


Cundiff was voted to the 2011 Pro Bowl as the AFC placekicker after successfully completing 26 of 29 field goal attempts and a league-high 40 touchbacks.

On January 2, 2011, Cundiff recorded his league-leading 40th touchback, which tied the NFL record set by Mitch Berger.

Cundiff played at home in the outdoor M&T Bank Stadium and set the record after the instatement of the K-ball rule.

He averaged 71.1 yards per kickoff to lead the league and had touchbacks on 51.3% of his kickoffs.

Cundiff signed a five-year, $15 million contract to become Baltimore's long-term kicker on January 23, 2011.


He was presented the highest honor for a student-athlete at the university when he received the Drake Double D Award on February 12, 2012.

On the most famous kick of Cundiff's career, in the closing seconds of the 2011 AFC Championship Game on January 22, 2012 against the New England Patriots, Cundiff missed a 32-yard field goal that would have tied the game.

The Ravens lost 23–20.