The Titans have promoted kicker Randy Bullock from the practice squad to the team’s active roster after waiving kicker Michael Badgley on Monday (Sept. 13). Badgely struggled to perform for Tennessee on Sunday (Sept. 12) missing a PAT and a 46-yard field goal attempt.
“Every time we go out there to kick I hope they do their job, no matter who it is,” said head coach Mike Vrabel in a press conference Wednesday (Sept. 15).
Bullock has kicked in 107 NFL games over nine seasons, since entering the league as an fifth-round selection in the 2012 Draft with the Houston Texans. He played four seasons (2012-15) for Houston and five seasons (2016-20) in Cincinnati, along with stops at the Jets, Giants and Steelers. Bullock has connected on 168 of 202 field goal attempts and 215 of 225 extra points during career. He earned All-America honors as a senior at Texas A&M.
The Titans dropped their season opener to the Arizona Cardinals 38-13 on Sunday at Nissan Stadium. They head to Seattle next to face the Seahawks who defeated the Titans division rival Indianapolis Colts 28-16.
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