Mike Badgley

K / Tennessee Titans / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 13

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    Michael Badgley: Waived by Tennessee

    The Titans waived Mike Badgley from their active roster Monday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.Badgley struggled in the opener, missing his only field-goal attempt and converting just one of his two extra-point tries. The Titans clearly did not what like they saw, and the 26-year-old is now a free agent. He spent his first three years in the NFL with the Chargers and struggled with long-distance accuracy, connecting on just 10 of his 19 tries from beyond 40 yards last season.

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    Titans' Michael Badgley: Struggles with opening opportunity

    Mike Badgley missed his only field-goal attempt and converted one of his two extra-point attempts in Sunday's Week 1 contest against Arizona.Badgley joined the Tennessee Titans on Saturday, but didn't endear himself in his first opportunity with the team. His first kick was a missed extra point partway through the second quarter, and one drive later he pushed a 46-yard field-goal attempt wide left. Badgley struggled with accuracy as a member of the Chargers, and initial returns suggest that area of his game has not improved.

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    Titans' Michael Badgley: Takes over as Tennessee kicker

    Mike Badgley signed a contract with the Tennessee Titans on Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.The move comes after Sam Ficken (groin) was placed on injured reserve, the team's second kicker to land on IR this season. Badgley's stretches of inaccuracy ultimately cost him the kicking competition after starting the past three seasons with the Chargers, but previous Chargers castoffs such as Josh Lambo and Younghoe Koo have both succeeded in recent years after departures from their original franchise.

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    Michael Badgley: Joins Titans' practice squad

    Mike Badgley is being added to Tennessee's practice squad, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.Badgley lost the Chargers' kicking competition to Tristan Vizcaino in camp, but he's setting himself up as a potential option for a Titans team that's been churning through kickers in search of a long-term solution in recent seasons. Tennessee currently has Sam Ficken and Tucker McCann, who is on IR with an undisclosed injury, on its main roster.

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    Michael Badgley: Loses job to Vizcaino

    Mike Badgley will be cut by the Chargers on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.Badgley converted only 73 percent of his field-goal attempts last season and lost his job to Tristan Vizcaino this summer. Vizcaino could even be useful for fantasy purposes this season if the Chargers offense becomes a top-10 unit under Justin Herbert.

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    Chargers' Michael Badgley: Back with Chargers

    The Los Angeles Chargers are re-signing Mike Badgley, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.Badgley is coming off a disastrous season, having converted just 73 percent of his field-goal attempts (worst among all kickers who attempted 30 or more field goals in 2020), including just two of six tries from 50-plus yards out. The team also signed placekicker Tristan Vizcaino earlier this month, and more competition for Badgley could surface as the offseason progresses.

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    Chargers' Michael Badgley: Concludes dreadful campaign

    Mike Badgley made all four of his extra points in the Week 17 win over the Chiefs. He finished the season with a 72.7 field-goal percentage across 33 attempts and also missed three of his 39 extra-point attempts.The third-year kicker might be on thin ice after posting the third-worst field-goal percentage among kickers who attempted 30 or more field goals this season. Missed game winners and extra points plagued Badgley throughout the season to the point where head coach Anthony Lynn repeatedly questioned his kicker's confidence in post-game pressers. What's worse, the 25-year-old's trademark big leg was nowhere to be found as Badgley connected on just two of his six attempts from 50-plus yards, bringing his career total to a paltry 3-of-9. Los Angeles will almost surely bring in some form of competition during the offseason in an effort to fix its long-standing issues with special teams.

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    Chargers' Michael Badgley: Bounces back with game-winner

    Mike Badgley made all four of his field-goal attempts as well as his only extra-point try in Sunday's 19-16 win over the Broncos.Badgley converted from 37, 43, 25 and 37 yards on his respective field goals, with his final one clinching victory for the Los Angeles Chargers with just under a minute remaining. After recent miscues, Badgley will be pleased by his performance Sunday, which also netted him a season-high 13 points. He'll now aim to close the season strong in Week 17 versus the Chiefs.

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    Chargers' Michael Badgley: Can't come up clutch

    Mike Badgley made just one of his three field-goal attempts but made both of his extra points in Thursday's 30-27 win over the Raiders.Both of Badgley's misses came within the final four minutes of the game with the score deadlocked at 24-24. Each attempt pushed slightly left, including a 51-yard try with just under a minute left to play. As a result of Thursday's contest, the 25-year-old has slipped below 70 percent in terms of made kicks, but with two games left to play it's hard to imagine the Los Angeles Chargers will make a change.

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    Chargers' Michael Badgley: Nails game-winner

    Mike Badgley converted both of his field-goal attempts and also knocked home both extra points in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Falcons.For as dreadful of a season the Los Angeles Chargers' special teams has had, it was nice to see them reverse fortune for at least one week. For just the second time in the last six weeks, Badgley converted two field goals, including the game-winning attempt from 43 yards out and the kicker connected on all of his extra-point attempts. Whether Sunday's game-winner will boost Badgley's confidence or just simply be one bright spot in a dreary year remains to be seen, but the 25-year-old will get a chance to add to the story Thursday in a solid matchup against the Raiders.

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