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Former Ravens kicker Billy Cundiff has found a new home two days after having his contract terminated.
The 2010 Pro Bowl selection has signed with the Washington Redskins, meaning the 32-year-old will have a chance to kick against his former team on Dec. 9 when the Ravens travel to FedEx Field in Landover.
Washington also released incumbent kicker Graham Gano, who held off veteran Neil Rackers for the kicking job this summer. Maligned throughout his tenure with the Redskins, Gano went 55-for-76 on field goal attempts over the last two seasons.
Cundiff made 28 of 37 attempts last season while struggling on the road and from beyond 50 yards. He went 11-for-20 on kicks away from M&T Bank Stadium and missed five of six tries from 50 or more yards in 2011.

3 COMMENTS

  1. He ought to do well in Washington since the Deadskins won’t be in any big games, he doesn’t have to worry about making any big kicks.

  2. Hey Luke, doesn’t yesterday pre-season game with the Redskins tell you all you need to know about why the Ravens dumped Cundiff. He hits 3 chip shot field goals of 22, 29 and 39 yards and was wide right from 46.
    (L.J. – I wish Cundiff well, but I am moving on from commenting on him. The Ravens made their choice, so there’s no sense in beating a dead horse or piling on.)

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