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2023 Kicking

Field Goals
Field Goals Made - Field Goals Attempted
Field Goal Percentage
Extra Points
Extra Points Made - Extra Points Attempted
Kicking Points
Regular Season 6 8 75.0 5 5 23

Top Brett Maher News

  • Rams' Brett Maher: Perfect in Sunday's loss

    Maher converted all three of his field-goal attempts and both of his PATs in Sunday's 30-23 loss to the 49ers.

    The Rams have given Maher plenty of opportunities to produce with a surprisingly robust offensive attack, and unlike last week's mixed performance, Maher was able to convert all of his field goal attempts from 38, 43 and 48 yards. The veteran's grip on the placekicker job should tighten after an encouraging performance, and he'll look to keep the momentum going in Week 3 against the Bengals.

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  • Rams' Brett Maher: Inconsistent in opener

    Maher converted three of five field-goal attempts and all three of his extra point attempts during Sunday's 30-13 victory over the Seahawks.

    Maher's debut with the Rams was marred by a missed 56-yard field goal and a blocked 57-yard field-goal attempt in the first half, but the veteran bounced back and made attempts from 38, 54 and 45 yards out. Part of the reason the Rams waived rookie kicker Tanner Brown was his difficulties with lengthy kicks, so seeing Maher hit the 54-yard attempt in particular should give him a measure of job security for now.

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  • Rams' Brett Maher: Signed off practice squad

    The Rams signed Maher off their practice squad Tuesday.

    Maher spent training camp and the preseason with the Broncos, but Denver acquired Wil Lutz from New Orleans during roster cut downs and proceeded to release Maher on Aug. 29. The Rams swooped in and signed him to their practice squad shortly thereafter, and he was elevated to the active roster for the team's Week 1 win at Seattle, during which he made three of five field-goal attempts and all three point-after tries. His misses included one from 56 yards and a 57-yarder that was blocked, and despite reverting to the practice squad Monday, he officially is back on an active roster to serve as L.A.'s placekicker.

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  • Rams' Brett Maher: Back to practice squad

    Maher reverted to the Rams' practice squad Monday.

    Maher was elevated from the practice squad prior to Sunday's 30-13 win over the Seahawks, going 3-for-5 on field-goal attempts while making all three of his extra-point tries in the victory. Both of the misses came on 50-plus yard attempts, one of which was a blocked 57-yarder. With no other kicker on the roster, Maher figures to get elevated again for the team's Week 2 matchup with the 49ers.

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  • Rams' Brett Maher: Set to start for Los Angeles

    Maher was elevated from the Rams' practice squad Saturday.

    The Rams didn't have a kicker on the active roster, so Maher appears locked into the starting role despite the elevation off the practice squad. The veteran kicker put together an outstanding regular season with the Cowboys in 2022, converting 29 of his 32 field-goal attempts, but a dreadful playoff stretch in which he missed six extra-point attempts saw the Cowboys opt not to retain him during the offseason.

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  • Brett Maher: Signing to Rams' practice squad

    Maher is signing to the Rams' practice squad, not their active roster, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    It nonetheless makes him a favorite to kick Week 1 at Seattle, as the Rams recently waived rookie Tanner Brown and don't have any other kickers under contract. Maher spent the summer in Denver, where he and Elliott Fry battled for a job before ultimately both getting cut in favor of trade acquisition Wil Lutz. The 33-year-old Maher missed only six kicks in 17 games for Dallas during the 2022 regular season, but he then went 1-for-6 on PATs in two playoff games and earned a ticket out of town.

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  • Rams' Brett Maher: Joining Rams

    Maher is set to finalize a contract with the Rams on Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    The Rams didn't have a kicker on their roster after cutting Tanner Brown on Tuesday. Maher had attended training camp with the Broncos, but he ended up losing out on kicker duties in Denver after the team acquired Wil Lutz in a trade. The strong-legged but occasionally inaccurate Maher now looks like the favorite to handle kicking duties for the Rams in Week 1, barring the team bringing aboard additional competition.

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  • Brett Maher: Replaced by Lutz

    The Broncos are slated to let Maher go, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.

    With Wil Lutz on his way to the Broncos via a trade with the Saints, the team elected to move on from Maher, who had signed with Denver in July. The former Cowboy will now look to catch on with another squad ahead of the upcoming NFL regular season.

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  • Broncos' Brett Maher: Only kicker left in Denver

    Maher is currently the only kicker on the Broncos roster after Denver waived Elliott Fry (undisclosed) with an injury designation on Tuesday, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.

    According to Renck, Maher, who missed both of his field-goal attempts in this past Friday's preseason opener against the Cardinals, converted seven of nine field-goal tries in Tuesday's practice, including a 59-yarder at the end of a two-minute drill. For now, Maher is Denver's lone kicker, but it's possible that the team brings in some competition. Head coach Sean Payton noted Tuesday "we will go day-to-day with where we are at with the kickers," while adding that Maher is "competing against 31 other teams" for Denver's kicking job. With that in mind, the Broncos will likely see how Maher performs over the rest of the preseason while also monitoring other teams' kicking battles before settling on an option for Week 1.

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  • Broncos' Brett Maher: Favorite for kicking job

    Maher and Elliott Fry are in a training camp battle to be the Broncos' kicker this season, with Maher the favorite to land the job, Chris Tomasson of The Denver Gazette reports.

    Maher signed with Denver in late July following a solid regular season with Dallas last year, when he made 29 of 32 field-goal attempts, including going 9-for-11 from at least 50 yards. However, the veteran kicker famously caught a case of extra-point yips in the playoffs, which played a role in his exit from the Cowboys. Should Maher prove to be over that issue, he has a leg up in the competition with Fry, who has kicked in only three NFL games in his career.

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  • Broncos' Brett Maher: Signed by Broncos

    Maher and the Broncos reached a one-year agreement Friday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

    Maher previously played for new Broncos' head coach Sean Payton when the latter led the Saints in 2021. The 32-year-old had a nice year going with the Cowboys in 2022 before catching the extra-point yips which ultimately led to his departure. If he has kicked those issues to the curb, he will have a chance to compete with Elliott Fry for the team's kicker role.

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  • Brett Maher: Works out for Denver

    Maher was one of three kickers to work out for the Broncos on Wednesday, Chris Tomasson of The Denver Gazette reports.

    The Broncos currently don't have a kicker on their roster after waiving Brandon McManus on Tuesday, prompting the team to bring in Maher, Elliott Fry and Parker White for evaluation. Maher's tenure in Dallas came to a close this offseason after he struggled mightily in the playoffs, but overall, he was solid in 2022 and made 31 of his 34 field-goal attempts across 19 games. Tomasson adds that Maher also underwent a physical Wednesday, and while no deal is imminent, Denver does at least appear interested in bringing in the 33-year-old for an extended look.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 180 lbs
Birthplace: Kearney, NE
Age: 33
School: Nebraska
Experience: 6