Blanda, George (Frederick) at English => English (The Britannica Concise) Of Explained:
U.S. football player. Born in Youngwood, Pa., he played for the Univ. of Kentucky. As a professional quarterback and kicker, he played for the Chicago Bears (1949-58), Houston Oilers (1960-66), and Oakland Raiders (1967-76), setting still-standing records for most seasons played (26), most games played (340), most points scored (2,002), and most points after touchdowns (943). His record for most field goals (335) was broken in 1983, though he still holds the record for most attempts (638).