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Al Del Greco        

Former Football Placekicker & Sports Radio Personality

Del Greco finished his 17 NFL seasons with 347 of 449 (77%) field goals and 551 of 554 (99%) extra points, giving him a total of 1,592 points. As of 2009, this ranks him #14 on the NFL's list of all-time leading scorers. He was inducted in the Alabama Hall of Fame. He was nicknamed "Automatic Al." Due to his popularity in fantasy football leagues, most knowledgeable fans consider him to be the greatest kicker in history. A four-year letterman at Auburn, Del Greco completed 110 out of 111 PATs in his college career. He also set the SEC record for field goal attempts in a single game and field goals made in a single game in a 1982 game versus Kentucky where he made six out of his seven attempts. As of 2016, He and Daniel Carlson are tied for the most Field goals in a single game for Auburn at 6. His 236 career points place him fifth on the Auburn career scoring list.

At Spain Park High School in Hoover, Alabama, Del Greco was the boys golf coach and the football team's kicking coach. His son, Trey was the football team's place kicker prior to graduating after the 2007 season. Trey went on to play golf on an athletic scholarship at Vanderbilt University. In 2003, Del Greco became Birmingham Steeldogs' kickers coach.

As of 2016, he co-hosts The Opening Drive on WJOX in Birmingham, Alabama with Jay Barker and Tony Kurre.

Del Greco was the starting Placekicker in Super Bowl XXXIV for the Tennessee Titans, in which his team lost 23-16. In the game, he made 1 field goal, which tied the game 16-16.

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