RYAN SUCCOP RUMORS & GOSSIP
Veteran kicker Ryan Succop has agreed to a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans who chose to go with experience rather than an undrafted rookie.
Agent Joel Turner said Monday that Succop is happy with a ''very good opportunity'' with the Titans.
The Titans, who earlier Monday announced they had agreed to terms with linebacker Quentin Groves, had no immediate comment.
Via AP on Fox
September 01, 2014
After being released by the Kansas City Chiefs a few days ago, kicker Ryan Succop has found a new home.
The Tennessee Titans have signed the veteran Succop to a one-year deal. A year ago Succop was just 22-of-28 on field goal attempts while with the Chiefs. In his career he has made 81-percent of his kicks.
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The Kansas City Chiefs released veteran K Ryan Succop on Saturday.
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Surprising to no one, a delusional Steelers fan is trying to use the legal system to have the Chargers removed from the NFL Playoffs.
Yes, we're serious.
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Ohhhhhhhh, Ryan Succop.
Man, oh man, oh man, oh man.
It was a meaningless kick. Not to the people of Pittsburgh, mind you, or to Steelers faithful around the globe. But for the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday's Week 17 date at San Diego was Preseason Week 4. Let the special-teamers and second-stringers have their day in the sun -- literally -- and if you win, well, groovy.