Kai Forbath is the latest in a long line of Washington kickers and he isn't worried about becoming another victim of the Redskins' revolving door at the position.
''I am (aware of it) and I'm hoping to stay here for a long time,'' said the 25-year-old Forbath, who was signed Tuesday to replace struggling veteran Billy Cundiff and is Washington's 19th kicker in 18 years.
Cundiff, 32, missed two 31-yard field goals and a 41-yard attempt during the past two games. He followed:
Eddie Murray (1995, 2000), Scott Blanton (1996-98), Chris Jacke (1997), David Akers (1998), Cary Blanchard (1998), Brett Conway (1999-2002), Michael Husted (2000), Scott Bentley (2000), Kris Heppner (2000), Jose Cortez (2002), James Tuthill (2002), John Hall (2003-06), Jeff Chandler (2004), Ola Kimrin (2004), Nick Novak (2005-06), Shaun Suisham (2006-09) and Graham Gano (2009-11).
Suisham's 50 games (including the 2007 playoff loss at Seattle) are the most by a Washington kicker during that span. Hall, Gano, ...