Pat Summerall, one of the most iconic voices in NFL broadcast history, has died, according to a spokesman for the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
He was 82, according to CBSSports.com. He worked for CBS for 31 years, beginning in 1961, according to the website.
Summerall also did play-by-play for golfs Masters, tennis U.S. Open and the NBA Finals.
Before heading into the broadcast booth, Summerall played 10 seasons in the NFL primarily as a placekicker for the New York Giants, Chicago Cardinals and Detroit Lions.
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