One of the professional football players noted for his placekicking for the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens is Justin Paul Tucker. He went to Austin, Texas’s Westlake High School. He participated in three positions for the Westlake Chaparral: wide receiver, safety, and placekicker. In 2008, he participated in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
He attended the University of Texas after high school, where he majored in music and played football for the Texas Longhorns. He made the game-winning field goal with seconds remaining in 2011 during a match between Texas A&M University and the University of Texas, giving his team the victory and propelling them to the No. 25 ranking at the time. In the 2012 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens signed him as an undrafted free agent
Tucker made history in 2013 by kicking a field goal in the 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s all in the same game against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field in Detroit. He signed a franchise tender in March 2016 that would have paid him $4.5 million. He agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $16.8 million in July of that same year.
He agreed to a second contract extension in April 2019 that would keep him under contract through the 2023 season. This one was for four years and worth $23.05 million, with $12 million guaranteed. He agreed to a $24 million, four-year agreement with the Ravens on August 8, 2022, elevating his salary to the top of the league for kickers.
Who Is Justin Tucker Son, Easton Hayes?
Justin Tucker has son with his wife, Amanda Bass. His son is called Easton Hayes. He was born in May 2016.