Blanda, George (Frederick)
born Sept. 17, 1927, Youngwood, Pa., U.S.

U.S. football player.

He played for the University of Kentucky. As a professional quarterback and kicker, he played for the Chicago Bears (1949–58), Houston Oilers (1960–66), and Oakland Raiders (1967–76), setting still-standing records for most seasons played (26), most games played (340), and most points after touchdowns (943). His record for most field goals (335) was broken in 1983.

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