Remy Hamilton

Remy Hamilton

Remy Martin Hamilton (born August 30, 1974) is an American football kicker who played in the National Football League (NFL) and Arena Football League (AFL). In college, he was an All-American for the Michigan Wolverines football team. As a professional, he played for the Detroit Lions of the NFL in addition to exhibition and training camp experience with the Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams and Chicago Bears. He also played for the Grand Rapids Rampage, Carolina Cobras, Milwaukee Mustangs, Los Angeles Avengers, and Dallas Desperados of the AFL. In the AFL, he holds records for all-time career points and single-season kick points.

At Michigan, he set the current Big Ten Conference record for single-season field goals, which is 25. He ranks both first and second in school history in single-season field goals made and holds the school record for consecutive field goals made. He is the only All-American placekicker in Michigan history.

Read more about Remy Hamilton:  High School Years, College Years, AFL Years, Personal Life

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1997 Outback Bowl - Game Summary
... Remy Hamilton of Michigan answered in the second quarter with 44 and 22-yard field goals to take a 6–3 advantage at the half. 11 ... plays, 43 yards Michigan 44-yard field goal by Remy Hamilton 8 ... plays, 30 yards Michigan 22-yard field goal by Remy Hamilton 1 ... play, 88 yards Alabama Interception ...
Remy Hamilton - Personal Life
... loss to the Georgia Force at Staples Center, Hamilton's wife, Heather, delivered the couple's first child, a boy named Tate ... Hamilton has served as a personal trainer for other kickers ...

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