Legend to Legend: James Lofton with Jan Stenerud


Every week, Pro Football Hall of Famer and Westwood One Sunday Night Football analyst James Lofton sits down with a fellow Hall of Famer “Legend to Legend.”

This week James talks with Jan Stenerud, still the first and only “pure” kicker enshrined in Canton. In a 19-year career with the Chiefs, Packers and Vikings, the Norwegian placekicker totaled 1,699 points and played in six Pro Bowls. He made three field goal’s during the Chiefs’ triumph over the Vikings in Super Bowl IV.

Jan Stenerud was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1991.

(Listen to James Lofton’s interview with fellow Hall of Famer Jan Stenerud)


Jan Stenerud attempts one of the three field goals he made during Kansas City's Super Bowl IV victory.

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