Harrison Butker is an American football placekicker for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). He enters his fifth season with the Chiefs. Butker went to The Westminster Schools, where he played on the football team after picking up the sport as a rising sophomore.
During his college days, he played at Georgia Tech from 2013 through 2016 under the supervision of head coach Paul Johnson. Butker was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs off the Panthers’ practice squad after Cairo Santos was placed on injured reserve in 2017.
In the Chiefs’ Week 2 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Butker made all three field-goal attempts he had in the game, including a franchise record-tying 58-yarder, a game-tying 30-yard field goal as time expired in regulation, and the game-winning and franchise record-tying 58-yard field goal to win 23–20 in overtime.
For his performance, he was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week. After his fifth missed extra point of the season in a Week 7 game against the Denver Broncos, Butker set a career-high for missed extra points in a season despite only attempting 24 extra points up to that point. He finished the 2020 season converting 25-for-27 field-goal attempts and 48-for-54 on extra-point attempts. In Super Bowl LV, Butker scored all of the Chiefs’ 9 points in the loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Is Harrison Butker Married?
Yes, Harrison Butker is happily married to Isabell Butker.
Meet Isabelle Butker, Wife of Harrison Butker
Isabelle Butker is the supportive wife of Harrison Butker. Isabelle Butker was born in 1994 in Mableton, Georgia. She went to Westminster High School. At that time, she was a volleyball as well as a basketball player for her high school team.
Her passion for sports was quite high which she later continue after graduation. Harrison and Isabelle dated for seven years before tieing the knot in a colourful ceremony on February 10, 2018. They have two children together.