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In his last meaningful action as a member of the Baltimore Ravens, PK Billy Cundiff missed a 32 yard field goal which would have tied the AFC Championship Game against the New England Patriots. On Sunday, the Ravens sent Cundiff packing as the team started to make roster moves in order to reach the 75-man roster limit by 4 p.m. Monday.
Cundiff led the Ravens in scoring last season, racking up 122 points, a career high. He finished the season perfect on extra point attempts but saw his field goal accuracy slip to 75%, off his 89.7% mark of 2010 which earned him a contract extension.Cundiff is one of the best kickoff kickers in the game but struggles on long field goal attempts.The Ravens will head into the 2012 season with undrafted free agent K Justin Tucker handling the kicking duties.
Prior to his release, head coach John Harbaugh told reporters that Cundiff had had a great camp, perhaps his best camp ever, but he was still released.
Cundiff appeared shocked by the move and spoke ...
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A person familiar with the decision says kicker Billy Cundiff has been released by the Baltimore Ravens.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the move has not been announced by the team.
Cundiff lost the job to rookie Justin Tucker, who went 5 for 5 on field goals in three preseason games, including two kicks from at least 50 yards.
No one was surprised when the Baltimore Ravens replaced kicker Billy Cundiff after he shanked a game tying field goal in the conference championship game last January. It didn't take long for Cundiff to find a new team though.
The Washington Redskins announced today that they had cut kicker Graham Gano and signed Billy Cundiff, who was unemployed for only 2 days following...
The Ravens have parted ways with former Pro Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff.Fantasy Spin:Cundiff had a nice run with Baltimore but unfortunately he'll probably be most remembered for shanking an easy 32-yard attempt that would have sent last season's AFC Championship game into overtime. With Cundiff gone, rookie Justin Tucker will now handle the kicking duties for the Ravens.
You remember Billy Cundiff. He’s the one who, a year after receiving a five-year, $15 million deal from the Ravens, missed a chip-shot in the 2011 AFC Championship, a chip-shot that would’ve tied the game and sent it to OT. And now he’s a Redskin.
The day after Baltimore cut him and Washington cut Neil Rackers, the Redskins have signed Cundiff and also cut incumbent Graham...
One day after he appeared to win the Washington Redskins kicking job, Graham Gano is out of work. His replacement is Billy Cundiff, who spent two days unemployed after getting cut by the Baltimore Ravens.
Gano was released and Cundiff signed by the Redskins on Tuesday, according to a person familiar with the situation who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because...
The writing may have been on the wall when rookie Justin Tucker played the full game in the Ravens 48-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars Thursday night.
The Ravens showed their cards Sunday afternoon when they announced they have released veteran kicker Billy Cundiff. Cundiff will be best known in Baltimore for missing a game-tying field goal against the Patriots in last season’s...
Kinda saw the Cundiff cut coming based upon two recent observations: (1) rookie Justin Tucker got all the reps at K in Thursday night's preseason Game 3, and (2) John Harbaugh tipped his hand a little bit in a WBAL interview on Friday when he mentioned how valuable it would be for the organization to have a young kicker who would solidify the position for the next ten years...
The Washington Redskins are signing former Pro Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff, cutting kicker Graham Gano, according to a league source.
Cundiff was cut by the Ravens on Sunday after he was beaten out by undrafted rookie Justin Tucker.
A person familiar with the move says the Washington Redskins have released kicker Graham Gano and replaced him with Billy Cundiff.
The person told The Associated Press about the move Tuesday on condition of anonymity because the team had yet to make a formal announcement. The move comes one day after Gano had appeared to win the kicking job. His lone competition, Neil Rackers, was...