Graham Gano is a professional football placekicker for the National Football League’s New York Giants. He stands 1.88 meters tall and weighs 92 kilograms. He was a football and track star while a student at J. M. Tate High School. From 2005 to 2008, he represented the Florida State Seminoles in collegiate football at Florida State University.
When he was selected the Most Valuable Player in the 2008 Champs Sports Bowl, he became one of just two punters in history to receive this honor. With five consecutive successful attempts from 50 yards or beyond, he holds the Seminoles single-season record for 50+-yard field goals.
A free agent after the 2009 NFL Draft, Gano signed with the Baltimore Ravens. The United Football League’s Las Vegas Locomotives hired him after the Ravens released him. In addition to making a 53-yard long field goal that set a then-UFL record, he also scored the league’s first points by connecting on a 32-yard field goal. The Washington Redskins acquired him in December of 2009.
The Panthers of Carolina acquired Gano in November of 2012. August 2020 saw the date of his signing with the New York Giants. He extended his deal through 2023 in November of that same year for three years and $14 million. Following a COVID-19 positive test in November 2020, he was activated and put on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
How Many Siblings Does Graham Gano Have?
Graham Gano has a brother called Stewart Marie. There is no other information available on who he is.