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Placekicker for the New England Patriots of the National Football League, Nicholas Alexander Folk, was born on November 5, 1984, to Anton and Kathryn Folk.
He is currently a member of the New England Patriots (NFL). The Dallas Cowboys picked Nicholas Alexander Folk in the sixth round of the 2007 NFL Draft.
Folk spent all three of his seasons with the Cowboys, during which he made the Pro Bowl as a rookie. For the next seven years, he suited up for the New York Jets and eventually became their second-leading scorer in team history.
Folk spent a year off football before making his return to the sport in 2019 with the Arizona Hotshots of the Alliance of American Football.
In the same season that he led the league in scoring, he returned to the NFL. When Folk was a high school football player, he went to school in Sherman Oaks, California, at Notre Dame High School.
He was named the first team All-CIF as a punter and the second team All-CIF as a placekicker. Since the University of Arizona gave Folk a football scholarship, he has opted to study and play there.
In 2005, against USC, he scored a field goal from 52 yards out, the longest of his collegiate career. In his senior year, he was selected as an All-Pac-10 player.