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TRANSACTION HISTORY: Signed with Chicago as undrafted free agent, April 29, 2005...waived Aug. 29...claimed by Dallas, Aug. 30...waived by Cowboys, Sept. 3...signed with Washington, Sept. 13...waived Nov. 5...signed with Arizona, Dec. 2...re-signed with Cardinals, April 4, 2006...waived Aug. 28...signed with Washington, Oct. 11...waived Dec. 4...re-signed with Chicago, Feb. 9, 2007...waived Aug. 27...signed with Kansas City, Jan. 11, 2008... waived Oct. 21...signed with Chargers, April 29, 2010...waived Sept. 4...signed with New York Jets, Feb. 9, 2011...waived Aug. 30...signed with Chargers, Sept. 13.
2011: Made his first field goal as Charger from 35 yards in the second quarter against Kansas City in Week 3...it was his first field goal in an NFL regular-season game since Oct. 19, 2008 (with the Chiefs)...he later added a 41-yarder to go 2-for-2 on the day...Tied his career high with four field goals against Miami in Week 4, hitting from 27, 48, 23 and 38 yards…the only other time he hit four in a game was Sept. 28, 2008 against Denver when kicking for the Kansas City Chiefs...Hit a career-high five field goals at Denver in Week 5 and was a perfect 5-for-5 on the day, including a career-long 51-yarder...Novak also forced touchbacks on seven of his eight kickoffs...his fifth field goal, a 35-yarder with 24 seconds left, gave the Chargers a five point lead and forced Denver to try and win the game with a touchdown...hit four field goals against the Chiefs Week 8, including three of over 40 yards (44, 44 and 42)...his lone miss, a 52-yarder in the second quarter, ended a string of 12-straight to start the season..he bounced back from the miss with three second-half makes...His 52-yard field goal Week 9 against Green Bay in the second quarter was a career-long...Set a new career-long with a 53-yard field goal in the first quarter against Denver Week 12...Novak’s 47-yard field goal in the second quarter Week 14 agaisnt Buffalo was his 10th of 40 yards or longer this season and gave the Chargers a 16-10 lead…it moved Novak into a tie for the most field goals of 40-or-longer in a season...Novak’s 45-yard second-quarter field goal Week 15 against Baltimore was his 11th of the season of 40 yards or longer, most-ever in a season in team history.
2008: Season-high four field goals, including 43-yarder, Sept. 28 vs. Denver.
2007: 10 of 17 on field goals for Cologne Centurions of NFL Europa.
2006: Career-long 47-yarder Nov. 5 vs. Dallas.
2005: Game-winning 39-yard field goal for Washington vs. Seattle Oct. 2...season-high three field goals for Arizona at San Francisco Dec. 4.
COLLEGE: Jim Tatum Award as top ACC senior student-athlete and honorable mention All-ACC in 2004...ACC all-time leader and fifth in NCAA (393 career points) at graduation...first-team All-ACC in ’03 and ’02...school-record 125 points in ’02 as soph...finished career 80 of 107 on FGs and 153 of 159 on PATs...redshirted in 2000...played at Maryland from 2000-04...degree in kinesiology.
PERSONAL: Born in San Diego...two-time all-state kicker at Albemarle HS in Charlottesville, Virginia...starred on state championship soccer teams...grew up in San Diego and has same godmother (Dorothy Vails-Weber) as Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow II...moved to Charlottesville, Virginia, in 1994, later attending Albemarle High School where lettered in football and starred in soccer alongside his twin brother, Chris...mother, Julie, is Dean of Nursing at University of Texas-San Antonio and father, Bob, is Dean of Speech and Hearing at Purdue.