A day after working out four kickers the Miami Dolphins have signed Shayne Graham, who will likely replace Dan Carpenter in Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills.
Carpenter, the Dolphins starter the past four seasons, suffered a groin injury during Thursday’s practice, and his prognosis remains uncertain.
The Dolphins worked out kickers Jeff Reed, Rhys Lloyd and Fabrizio Scaccia on Friday, but opted to sign Graham before Saturday’s practice.
Graham last appeared in a NFL game in 2010 when he played eight games with the New England Patriots.
He made all 12 field goals before being released in the offseason.
This former Virginia Tech kicker has since been released by the Cowboys and Redskins.
He’s played for 11 teams in his 11 year career, and made one Pro Bowl appearance in 2005, when he made 28 of 32 field goals.
Throughout his career he’s made 208 of the 242 field goals he’s attempted, and 315 of 320 extra point attempts.
Carpenter, a former Montana standout the Dolphins discover...