Kenneth Ray Houston (November 12, 1944-) is a former defensive back who played 13 seasons, first with the Houston Oilers (1967-1972) and then for the Washington Redskins (1973-1980). The Oilers selected Houston in the 9th round of the 1967 AFL-NFL Draft and he became a starter his rookie season. While with the Oilers he set an NFL record in 1971 for touchdown returns (5 - four interceptions and one fumble) that stood until 2006. Houston continued his winning ways after being traded to the Redskins, and was tapped for seven straight Pro Bowl Games for a total of 12 in his career. Following his retirement, he returned to the Oilers as a defensive backfield coach (1982-1985). Ken Houston intercepted 49 passes, recovered 21 fumbles, gained 1,498 return yards, and scored 12 touchdowns during his career and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1986.