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Mike Clark (placekicker)

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Subject: 1966 Pittsburgh Steelers season, 1967 Pittsburgh Steelers season, 1964 Pittsburgh Steelers season, 1965 Pittsburgh Steelers season, 1968 Pittsburgh Steelers season
Collection: 1940 Births, 2002 Deaths, American Football Placekickers, Buffalo Bills Players, Dallas Cowboys Players, Deaths from Myocardial Infarction, Longview High School Alumni, People from Dallas, Texas, People from Longview, Texas, People from Marshall, Texas, Philadelphia Eagles Players, Pittsburgh Steelers Players, Sportspeople from Dallas, Texas, Super Bowl Champions, Texas A&M Aggies Football Players, Undrafted National Football League Players
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Mike Clark (placekicker)

Mike Clark
No. 84, 83, 17
Date of birth: (1940-11-07)November 7, 1940
Place of birth: Marshall, Texas
Date of death: July 24, 2002(2002-07-24) (aged 61)
Place of death: Dallas, Texas
Career information
Position(s): Kicker
College: Texas A&M
As player:
Philadelphia Eagles
Pittsburgh Steelers
Dallas Cowboys
Career highlights and awards
Pro Bowls: 1 (1966)
Career stats
Playing stats at

Michael Vincent Clark (November 7, 1940 – July 24, 2002) was an American football placekicker in the National Football League from (1963-1973). He was a part of the Dallas Cowboys' Super Bowl VI winning team. Clark died of a heart attack at Baylor University Medical Center. He was diagnosed with advanced melanoma in 1998.

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