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JAY FEELY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Broncos Pick Barth Over Feely

The Denver Broncos chose to sign former Tampa kicker Connor Barth over former Arizona kicker Jay Feely, according to multiple reports. Barth had been out of work since 2012 and missed 2013 with a torn Achilles. Yet Denver thought he was the better choice. Brandon McManus was waived by Denver. Feely performed well according to what he said on Twitter. Disappointed not to sign with...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Could Jay Feely Be Back in the NFL?

It’s definitely possible. Former Arizona Cardinals kicker Jay Feely is reportedly being brought in by the Denver Broncos for a tryout, according to Chris Wesseling of NFL.com. Feely was cut by the Cardinals in the offseason in favor of rookie Chandler Catonzaro. He hopes to get the job and his other competition is Connor Barth, formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Barth hasn...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Jay Feely asked for a tryout with the Lions over Twitter, got one

Free agent kicker Jay Feely asked for a tryout with the Detroit Lions seemingly as a Twitter joke on Sunday, and the veteran actually is getting his opportunity. A Detroit sports fan frustrated with the Lions’ kicking issues sent a tweet on Sunday asked what Feely was up to. Feely jokingly replied that he was...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Jay Feely throws his name in the hat to be team's new kicker

If the Detroit Lions had a serviceable kicker, they likely would have beaten the Buffalo Bills. Instead, Alex Henery missed three field goals, and it cost the team. They would go on to lose, 17-14. But free agent kicker Jay Feely wants to help shore up the team's kicking game. He threw his name in the hat as the man to do just that...
Via The Sports Daily
October 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Jay Feely says goodbye

Kicker Jay Feely was cut yesterday after five season with the Arizona Cardinals. The 13-year veteran begins his search for a new job this morning and he took to Twitter last night to say goodbye to the organization. It’s been an honor to play for the @AZCardinals Michael Bidwill, thank you for your leadership and friendship. AZ will still be home! — Jay Feely (@jayfeely) August...
Via cover32 - Cardinals
August 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Feely frustrated with preseason Extra Point change

(eff Hanisch/USA TODAY Sports) Arizona Cardinals kicker Jay Feely voiced his displeasure regarding the  NFL’s experiment with extra points. Extra points will now be spotted at the 15-yard line and will turn into 32-yard attempts after touchdown scores.  Following this trial run, the NFL will take a look at the overall statistics to determine whether a permanent move is necessary...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Jay Feely returns for 5th season with Cardinals

Place-kicker Jay Feely will return to the Arizona Cardinals for a fifth season. Feely, an unrestricted free agent, reported via Twitter on Monday evening that he has a new deal with the Cardinals Feely, 37, made 30 of 36 field-goal attemps last season, an 83.3 success rate that ranked 21st among NFL kickers. Coach Bruce Arians has expressed concern regarding his kickoffs --€“ only...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
March 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Jay Feely Returns To Arizona

The Veteran Kicker Tweets Out He’s Back (Credit: www.touchthebanner.blogspot.com) Arizona Cardinals veteran kicker Jay Feely is set to return to the Cardinals.  The outspoken 37-year-old tweeted out that he has been re-signed and that he’s happy to be back. Happy to announce I am signed back with the @AZCardinals I never wanted to play with different teammates or for another...
Via Phoenix Sports-Kings
March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Arizona Cardinals found some competition for Jay Feely; Team signs kicker to futures contract

The team announced it has signed Danny Hrapmann to a futures contract. Hrapmann, 24, spent 2013 training camp with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He appeared in one preseason game, connecting on his only extra point attempt and forcing touchbacks on both of his kickoffs. A 5-foot-9 player out of Southern Mississippi, Hrapmann is known for having […]The post Arizona Cardinals found some...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
January 29, 2014  |  Discuss

YouTube sensation ‘Kickalicious’ had another NFL tryout

With starting kicker Jay Feely pushing 40 years old and headed for free agency, the Arizona Cardinals are wasting no time looking for his replacement. And apparently, they’re looking to YouTube to find him. The Cardinals hosted a tryout for internet sensation Havard Rugland, who is more commonly known as ‘Kickalicious’ on Wednesday. Rugland, 29, impressed many people on YouTube...
Via Down and Distance
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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