Garo Yepremian was an NFL placekicker playing from 1966-1981. The 2x Superbowl Champion played for 5 teams throughout his career including the 1972 Miami Dolphins, who had a “Perfect Season.” Born in Cyprus, he emigrated to the United States. After watching a football game on TV, he decided to pursue a professional career in the NFL. With his brother Krikor as his agent, he signed a contract with the Detroit Lions in 1966. In his rookie season, he broke the record for most field goals in a game with 6. He was a target to players that wanted the NFL to be exclusively American but he overcame that and was a key member of the 1972 Super Bowl Champions: the Miami Dolphins. He was their lead scorer and made clutch field goals to stay unbeaten. Yepremian was also a 2x Pro Bowler and won MVP of the Pro Bowl in 1973. He has won many accolades, including be named one of the Miami Dolphins all-time 50 greatest players. After retiring, he became a motivational speaker and was the Founder and CEO of the Garo Yepremian Foundation for Brain Tumor Research. He passed away in 2015 at the age of 70.