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The New Orleans Saints are bringing back John Kasay, signing the veteran kicker to a one-year deal Monday.
Kasay, who turns 43 in October, is expected to compete with Garrett Hartley for the starting role during training camp.
Kasay was signed by the Saints during the 2011 preseason when Hartley went down with an injury.
Kasay made 28 of 34 field goal while playing in all 16 games last season. He ranks eighth in NFL history with 1,970 career points.
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The New Orleans Saints have re-signed veteran kicker John Kasay to a one-year contract, the team announced.
Kasay set frnachise records with 147 total points and 63 extra points last season.
He connected on 28 of 34 field goals, an 82.4 percent success rate.
The 21-year veteran is a former Seattle Seahawks fourth-round pick from the University of Georgia back in 1991
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