The Washington Redskins have signed former Ravens kicker, Billy Cundiff and released place kicker Graham Gano, according to the Washington Post.
The Redskins released Neil Rackers on Monday, who had been competing with Gano in training camp for the Redskins kicking' job.
The Ravens released Cundiff on Sunday.
Cundiff made 28 of 37 regular season field goals last year and has...
Open mouth, insert foot. That's what someone should be telling Redskins kicker Neil Rackers after he simultaneously insulted 28 NFL teams.
In talking with CSNWashington.com, Rackers said, "I like the idea of NFC East football. It’s real football. I think it’s a team that’s got an opportunity to do some special things."
Wait -- what?
The NFC East, in my view...
Veteran free agent kicker Neil Rackers has signed with the Washington Redskins.
Coach Mike Shanahan said Wednesday that Rackers will compete with Graham Gano to be this season's kicker.
Rackers has played 12 seasons with Cincinnati, Arizona and Houston. He made 32 of 38 field goal attempts -- including 4 of 5 from 50-plus yards -- last year with the Texans.
Gano went 31 for...
Via AP on Fox
April 25, 2012
Fox 26 in Houston is reporting that former Houston Texans kicker Neil Rackers told them he is signing with the Washington Redskins.
"We're headed to Washington," Rackers said. "I visited with Coach Shanahan and Danny Smith (Special Teams) out there yesterday and really enjoyed what they had to say. I'll be competing for a job with Graham Gano, who is an established...
The Washington Redskins have signed kicker Neil Rackers, according to Mark Berman of FOX 26 in Houston.
“We’re headed to Washington,” said Rackers, who spent the last two years in Houston.
“I visited with Coach Shanahan and [special teams coach] Danny Smith out there [Monday] and really enjoyed what they had to say. I’ll be competing for a job with Graham Gano, who is...
Free agent kicker Neil Rackers has signed a one-year deal with the Washington Redskins.
Rackers, contacted by phone by FoxSportsHouston.com, said he could not wait any longer for a deal from the Texans.
"We've spent two years in Houston and had promises for a year and a half of contract extensions," Rackers said. "(The Redskins) came to us with a one-year minimum...