Former NFL player and Hall of Fame broadcaster Pat Summerall died Tuesday at the age of 82.
Born May 10, 1930 in Lake City, Fla. (full name: George Allen Summerall)
Drafted in the fourth round (45th overall pick) by the Detroit Lions in the 1952 NFL draft.
Played 10 NFL seasons with three teams (Lions, Cardinals, Giants).
Played on offense, defense, and as a kicker.
Member of the Lions' 1952 NFL Championship team (missed most of the season with a broken arm).
Played in the NFL Championship Game in 1958, '59 and '61.
Led NFL in field goal percentage in 1959 (68.9).
Began broadcasting career after his retirement in 1961.
Broadcasted 16 Super Bowls on television (11 as the play-by-play announcer, four as an analyst and one as sideline reporter).
Known for his pairings with Tom Brookshier and John Madden.
The Summerall-Madden team lasted for 22 seasons on CBS and FOX.
1999 inductee to the American Sportscasters Association Hall of Fame.
1994 recipient of the Pete Rozelle Radio and TV Award, given by the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Also broadcasted college football, golf, tennis, boxing and NBA.
The Pat Summerall Award has been given annually during Super Bowl weekend since 2006.