Matt Prater
Occupation: Football Player
Current Team: Detroit Lions
Gender: Male
Age: 36 years old
Birth Day: March 21, 1984
Nationality: United States
Zodiac Sign: Aries

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    Matt Prater Net Worth

    Matt Prater is a famous 36 years old Football Player. He was born on March 21, 1984 in United States. Matt Prater Net Worth 2020: $4 Million, Approx. Salary: $2.7 Million. Matt Prater plays for the team Detroit Lions with Chase Daniel, Christian Jones, Corey Williams, Danny Amendola.
    Zodiac sign: Aries. Nationality: United States.

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    Trivia

    Matt Prater broke the NFL for longest field goal with a 64-yard make against the Tennessee Titans on December 8, 2013.

    Net Worth

    Matt Prater Net Worth 2020

    $4 Million

    Matt Prater Salary 2020

    $2.7 Million

    Matt Prater Cars

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    Family Life

    Matt was raised in Mayfield Heights, Ohio by his father Stacy and his mother John.

    Before Fame

    Matt Prater held dual honors as a punter and placekicker for part of his career at Central Florida University.

    Biography

    Matt Prater plays for the team Detroit Lions

    Team Detroit Lions Football Player
    # Name Age Nationality Birthday Height
    #1 Matt Prater Matt Prater 36 United States March 21, 1984 N/A
    #2 Chase Daniel Chase Daniel 34 United States October 7, 1986 N/A
    #3 Christian Jones Christian Jones 29 United States February 18, 1991 N/A
    #4 Corey Williams Corey Williams 40 United States August 17, 1980 N/A
    #5 Danny Amendola Danny Amendola 35 United States November 2, 1985 N/A
    #6 Danny Shelton Danny Shelton 27 United States August 20, 1993 N/A
    #7 Desmond Trufant Desmond Trufant 30 United States September 10, 1990 N/A
    #8 Don Muhlbach Don Muhlbach 39 United States August 17, 1981 N/A
    #9 Duron Harmon Duron Harmon 29 United States January 24, 1991 N/A
    #10 Frank Ragnow Frank Ragnow 24 United States May 17, 1996 N/A
    #11 Jalen Reeves-Maybin 25 United States January 31, 1995 N/A
    #12 Jamie Collins Jamie Collins 31 United States October 20, 1989 N/A
    #13 Jarrad Davis 25 United States November 16, 1995 N/A
    #14 John Wendling John Wendling 37 United States June 4, 1983 N/A
    #15 Kenny Golladay Kenny Golladay 27 United States November 3, 1993 N/A
    #16 Marvin Jones Marvin Jones 48 United States June 28, 1972 N/A
    #17 Marvin Jones Jr. Marvin Jones Jr. 30 United States March 12, 1990 N/A
    #18 Matthew Stafford Matthew Stafford 32 United States February 7, 1988 N/A
    #19 Michael Ford Michael Ford 30 United States May 27, 1990 N/A
    #20 Mike Daniels Mike Daniels 31 United States May 5, 1989 N/A
    #21 Nick Harris 42 United States July 23, 1978 N/A
    #22 Reggie Ragland 27 United States September 24, 1993 N/A
    #23 Tavon Wilson Tavon Wilson 30 Not Known March 19, 1990 N/A
    #24 Taylor Decker Taylor Decker 27 United States August 23, 1993 N/A
    #25 Trey Flowers 27 United States August 16, 1993 N/A

    Biography Timeline

    2002

    Prater attended Estero High School in Estero, Florida. During his high school football career with the Wildcats, he converted 56 of 58 extra point attempts and 14 field goals, including one of 49 yards. Prater converted 84% of his kickoffs in the end zone for touchbacks. He was named second-team All-State, first-team all-conference and All-Southwest Florida. He was also selected to the second-team "Dream Team." Prater graduated from Estero High School in 2002. Prater transferred to Estero High School his sophomore year from Cypress Lake High School.

    2003

    Prater showed significant improvement as a sophomore year in 2003, leading the nation in punting and setting school and MAC records with 47.9 yards per punt. He is known as the perfectionist of the Rugby punt, which is now well known through the NCAA and is used by several teams. As a kicker, he converted 10-of-13 field goal attempts and was a perfect 4-for-4 on attempts of 40 yards or longer. Prater had a career day against Virginia Tech on August 31. He punted six times and had a 55.7-yard average, including punts of 71 and 67 yards. He also went 4-for-4 on extra points and had three touchbacks on kickoffs. Overall, he finished the 2003 season with 23-of-24 extra points converted and 10-of-13 field goals converted. In addition, he had 58 punts for 2,781 net yards for a 47.9 average.

    2004

    In 2004, Prater continued to provide kicking duties for the Golden Knights. Aaron Horne took over most of the punting duties. appeared in nine games before missing the rest of the season with a leg injury. At one point during the season, he made 11 consecutive field goals – the second-longest streak in school history. The streak was snapped against Buffalo on October 4. Overall, he finished the 2004 season with 12-of-14 extra points converted and 9-of-14 field goals converted.

    2005

    As a senior in 2005, Prater made 17-of-26 field goal attempts on the year, including a season-long 49-yard conversion. He also went 29-for-32 on point-after attempts. He punted four times for 160 yards during the season. In his final collegiate game, Prater set up a textbook onside kick, which allowed UCF to tie the game. However, in the first overtime, he missed an extra point, which dubbed him as the player that cost UCF the game and gave Nevada a 49–48 victory in the 2005 Hawaii Bowl.

    2006

    Prater was signed by the Detroit Lions as an undrafted free agent on May 4, 2006. He made field goals of 22, 44, and 48 yards in a preseason game against the Cleveland Browns, but had little chance of beating out veteran incumbent Jason Hanson and was subsequently released August 27. He spent the rest of the season as a free agent, but did have workouts with the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings.

    2007

    Prater was signed to a futures contract by the Miami Dolphins on January 11, 2007. He was released by the team on August 27, as veteran Jay Feely won the job.

    The Miami Dolphins signed Prater to their practice squad on November 15, 2007.

    The Denver Broncos signed Prater off the Dolphins' practice squad on December 19, 2007.

    2008

    Prater became the starting kicker for the Denver Broncos, replacing Jason Elam who signed with the Atlanta Falcons. The Broncos waived Garrett Hartley on July 21, 2008, leaving Prater as the only kicker on the Denver roster going into their first preseason game against the Houston Texans. On September 28, 2008, Prater made a 56-yard field goal late in the first half of the Broncos' loss at the Kansas City Chiefs, which was the third longest field goal in team history and the longest away from Denver. He made two field goals of more than 50 yards during the game.

    On October 5, 2008, Prater converted three out of three field goals, including a 55-yarder, as part of a 16–13 Broncos home win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He also recorded four touchbacks out of five kickoffs. His performance during the game led to him being named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for Week 5 of the 2008 NFL season. Prater won the award for the first time in his career.

    2009

    Prater improved in the 2009 season converting all 32 extra point attempts and 30-of-35 field goal attempts. In Week 12, he converted two extra points and all four field goal attempts against the New York Giants in the 26–6 victory. His performance earned him his second AFC Special Teams Player of the Week nomination.

    2010

    On March 9, 2010, the Denver Broncos re-signed Prater to a new contract. On December 23, 2010, Prater was put on injury reserve by the Broncos after suffering a right groin injury. Overall, he finished the 2010 season having converted 28-of-29 extra point attempts and 16-of-18 field goal attempts.

    2011

    On July 29, 2011, Prater re-signed with the Denver Broncos. At 3:00 am August 2, Prater was arrested and charged with DUI at a hotel while in the company of a female employee of "Shotgun Willie's," a local Glendale "strip club." On December 11, 2011, in a game against the Chicago Bears, Prater kicked a 59-yard field goal with three seconds remaining to tie the game. He then followed up by kicking a 51-yard field goal to win the game in overtime, 13–10. The performance earned his third career Special Teams Player of the Week nomination. Overall, he finished the 2011 season converting all 30 extra point attempts to go along with 19-of-25 field goal attempts.

    2012

    On July 2, 2012, Prater re-signed with the Broncos on a four-year contract after the Broncos placed a franchise tag on him. In Week 4, against the Oakland Raiders, he converted four extra point attempts and three field goal attempts to earn AFC Special Teams Player of the Week. On the 2012 season, he converted all 55 extra point attempts to go along with 26-of-32 field goal attempts.

    2013

    On October 6, 2013, when the Broncos faced the Dallas Cowboys, with a 48–48 score with two seconds left in regulation, Prater kicked the game-winning 28 yard field goal, to allow a Broncos 51–48 victory, as Denver went 5–0 for the first time since 2009. On December 8, Prater set a new NFL record by successfully kicking a 64-yard field goal against the Tennessee Titans as time expired in the first half. Prater also set a new NFL record for extra points in a single season, with 75. He earned AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors for the performance. In the AFC Championship against the New England Patriots, he converted all four field goal attempts in the 26–16 victory. He appeared in his first Super Bowl in the following game, a 43–8 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

    2014

    Prater began the season with a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. On October 3, 2014, Prater was released by the Broncos after they decided to stick with his replacement Brandon McManus.

    On October 7, 2014, the Detroit Lions signed him to a one-year deal. Prater was Detroit's third kicker in only a little over a month after Nate Freese and Alex Henery had struggles in the kicking game. In Prater's debut as a Lion, he only made one of three attempts on a rather windy day at TCF Bank Stadium, but the Lions still got the win over the Minnesota Vikings. Two weeks later, Prater missed a game-winning 43 yard field goal against the Atlanta Falcons in London, but due to a delay of game penalty on Detroit, was allowed to re-kick from 48 yards out from which he converted, winning the game for the Lions. He finished the year converting 21 field goals on 26 attempts.

    2015

    On March 6, 2015, the Lions re-signed Prater to a three-year, $9 million contract extension. In Week 6 against the Chicago Bears, Prater kicked a 37-yard field goal in overtime to win the game, 37–34. In a game against the Chicago Bears on January 3, 2016, Prater made a 59-yard field goal, which set a Detroit Lions franchise record for the longest field goal. Overall, on the 2015 season, he finished with converting 36-of-39 extra point attempts and 22-of-24 field goal attempts.

    2017

    In Week 1, Prater had to take over punting duties after Kasey Redfern left with an injury early in the game. He kicked a 58-yard field goal, went 2-for-2 on extra points and punted four times with an average of 35 yards in a 35–23 win over the Arizona Cardinals, earning him NFC Special Teams Player of the Week. Prater was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Month for September after making all six of his field goal attempts, including four conversions from 55 yards and longer. This gave Prater an NFL record seven straight field goals of 55 yards or longer without a miss, going back to 2016. Prater has also converted 14 consecutive 50+ yard field goals going back to last season, which is also an NFL record. Both streaks ended when Prater missed on a 59-yard attempt the following week against the Minnesota Vikings. On October 25, 2017, Prater signed a three-year contract extension with the Lions. Overall, he finished the 2017 season converting 40-of-41 extra point attempts to go along with 30-of-35 field goal attempts.

    2019

    In the 2019 season, Prater finished 35 of 36 on extra point attempts and 26 of 31 on field goal attempts.

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    Currently, Matt Prater is 36 years old. Matt Prater will celebrate 37th birthday on Sunday, March 21, 2021. Below we countdown to Matt Prater upcoming birthday.

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