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Tagged: Greg Joseph (5 Results)

Aug
4

Titans kicker Joseph to face competition in camp

The Tennessee Titans used five different kickers during the 2019 season before finally setting on GREG JOSEPH. Joseph finished the year strong in limited opportunities, but the team signed rookie TUCKERMore MCCANN to provide competition in training camp. McCann is an undrafted free agent from Missouri who is known to have a strong leg, but who has also proven to be inconsistent at times. Less

Source: Team Website

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Dec
19

Titans place kicker on Injured Reserve

The Tennessee Titans placed kicker RYAN SUCCOP on injured reserve on Wednesday, ending his 2019 season. Succop started the regular season on IR after offseason knee surgery on his kicking leg.More He returned to action but made just one of his six field goal attempts upon returning. The Titans replaced Succop with GREG JOSEPH, who was signed off the Carolina Panthers practice squad. Less

Source: Tennessean

Nov
26

Panthers sign kicker to practice squad

Carolina head coach Ron Rivera said on Monday that the team would discuss options at the kicker position. Kicker JOEY SLYE missed a costly 28-yard field goal in Sunday’s game againstMore New Orleans. The Panthers also signed kicker GREG JOSEPH to the practice squad. While the Panthers sort out their kicking options, this is a situation to avoid for fantasy purposes. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Sep
18

Browns to sign new kicker

After missing a bunch of kicks on Sunday, the Cleveland Browns waived kicker ZANE GONZALEZ on Monday. With Gonzalez no longer in town, the team found a replacement in rookie kicker GREG JOSEPH. There are better places to look for a fantasy kicker than Cleveland.

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer

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