Prater will turn 33 years old when the 2017 season starts, but as the team's official website contends, the 10-year veteran doesn't look to be slowing down at all. Prater connected on a career-high 31 field goals this past season, which ranks as the third-highest single-season total in team history behind Jason Hanson (34 in 1993 and 32 in 2012). For the year, Prater made 33 of 38 field-goal attempts (including the playoffs) and all but two of his 33 extra-point tries. Indeed, Prater looks to be getting stronger with age. He made six game-winning or game-tying kicks, and his seven 50-yard-plus field goals made was a career single-season high, surpassing the six he made in Denver in 2013. Prater has one more year left on his contract but looks like he has a lot of life left in that powerful right leg of his. That being the case, expect Prater to be plenty busy again this season playing alongside Matthew Stafford and within OC Jim Bob Cooter's productive offense.