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Year fg
Field Goals
Field Goals Attempted
Extra Points
Kicking Points
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 4 5 4 16 178.5
3y Avg. 2 2 2 8 88

Fantasy News

  • Elliott Fry: Works out with Falcons

    Atlanta worked out Fry on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Fry was let go by Denver prior to Week 1, and he's now hoping for another opportunity with a different team. Regular starting kicker Younghoe Koo has missed kicks in back-to-back games for the Falcons, but they're not likely to make a change at the position unless he continues to struggle.
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  • Elliott Fry: Reaches injury settlement

    The Broncos waived Fry (undisclosed) off injured reserve with an injury settlement Tuesday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports. Fry was set to miss the 2023 season after being placed on the Broncos' injured reserve list. Now that he has reached an injury settlement with Denver, Fry will be able to sign with another team once he recovers from his injury.
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  • Broncos' Elliott Fry: Lands on injured reserve

    Fry (undisclosed) reverted to the Broncos' injured reserve list Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Fry will now miss the entire 2023 campaign, unless he reaches an injury settlement with Denver. The 28-year-old had been in competition with Brett Maher for the team's kicking duties before succumbing the injury. The Broncos have yet to add another kicker to the 90-man training camp roster to compete with Maher.
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  • Broncos' Elliott Fry: Competing for kicking job

    Fry and Brett Maher are in a training-camp competition for the Broncos' kicker job, Chris Tomasson of The Denver Gazette reports. Fry signed a contract with Denver in late May after being waived by Arizona a few weeks prior. The Broncos subsequently brought in Maher, who had a strong regular season with Dallas last year before coming down with a case of the yips in the playoffs, missing four extra-point tries in a game against Tampa Bay. Given Maher's advantage in experience -- he's kicked in 54 regular-season games to Fry's three -- the former likely has the early leg up in the training-camp battle, though Maher will need to prove he's past the issues that led to his postseason struggles to win the job.
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  • Broncos' Elliott Fry: Signing with Denver

    Fry agreed to a contract with the Broncos on Wednesday, Zac Stevens of reports. He becomes the lone kicker on the Broncos roster after they released Brandon McManus last week. Given that Fry has attempted only six field goals in the NFL, it's probably a matter of time before the team brings in competition for the kicking job.
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  • Elliott Fry: Let go by Arizona

    The Cardinals waived Fry on Monday, Josh Weinfuss of reports. Fry signed a reserve/future contract with the Cardinals following the conclusion of the 2022 campaign, but he finds himself as a free agent heading into the summer. The undrafted kicker out of South Carolina has appeared in three NFL games, each with different teams (Atlanta, Cincinnati and Kansas City), since joining the league in 2019, connecting on five of six field-goal attempts and five of seven extra-point tries.
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  • Elliott Fry: Gets tryout

    Fry (undisclosed) received a tryout with the Chiefs on Monday, Aaron Wilson of reports. Fry spent training camp with the Jaguars, ultimately ending up on IR and reaching an injury settlement with the team. Now healthy, Fry was given the opportunity to earn a chance with the Chiefs, as they prepare to possibly be without Harrison Butker (ankle) on Thursday. However, the Chiefs signed Matt Ammendola, who was also present at the tryout, to their practice squad instead.
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  • Elliott Fry: Waived/injured by Jaguars

    The Jaguars waived Fry (undisclosed) off injured reserve with an injury settlement Friday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Fry recently reverted to Jacksonville's IR after going unclaimed on waivers. It is unclear what type of injury he is dealing with, but he will now be able to look for a new landing spot once his health is back up to par. The 27-year-old converted five of his six field-goal attempts over the first two seasons of his career.
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  • Jaguars' Elliott Fry: Joins Jacksonville

    Fry signed a contract with the Jaguars on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Fry was one of four kickers that Jacksonville worked out, and he evidently outperformed the other three candidates. Now that he's on the Jaguars' training camp roster, Fry will compete with Ryan Santoso for the team's kicking job.
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  • Elliott Fry: Working out with Broncos

    Fry is participating in Denver's minicamp on a tryout basis, Aric DiLalla of the team's official site reports. Fry has bounced around between Atlanta, Cincinnati and Kansas City since he entered the league in 2020 and now is trying to earn another opportunity in Denver. With Brandon McManus on the roster, Fry would be hard-pressed to earn anything more than a spot on the practice squad by Week 1, if he gets a chance at all this summer.
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  • Elliott Fry: Cut from practice squad

    Fry was cut from the Bengals' practice squad injured list Monday, Aaron Wilson of reports. Fry spent the majority of the season being cut from, then re-signed to, the Falcons' practice squad. He ultimately ended up with the Bengals on Jan. 4 and was their kicker Week 18 against the Browns, while Evan McPherson was out with a groin injury. Fry was placed on the Bengals' practice squad injured list on Jan. 12 with an undisclosed injury.
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  • Elliott Fry: Shifts back to practice squad

    Fry reverted to the Bengals' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Fry served as Cincinnati's Week 18 kicker in the absence of Evan McPherson (groin). He made his only two attempts, one a 36-yard field goal and the other an extra point. Fry made four of his five field-goal tries and four of his five extra-point attempts across two games this season.
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  • Bengals' Elliott Fry: Perfect as fill-in option

    Fry made his lone field-goal attempt while making his lone extra-point try in Sunday's 21-16 loss to the Browns. Fry handled the Bengals' placekicking duties in Sunday's regular-season finale since Evan McPherson (groin) was unavailable. The 27-year-old didn't see much work in the loss but converted both of his kicks. If McPherson is healthy for Saturday's wild-card matchup against the Raiders, Fry is unlikely to take the field.
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  • Bengals' Elliott Fry: Handling Week 18 kicking duties

    Fry will handle kicking duties for the Bengals in Sunday's game against the Browns with Evan McPherson (groin) inactive for the contest, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports. The assignment was expected for Fry, as the Bengals likely wouldn't have promoted him from the practice squad Saturday if they planned on having McPherson available for the regular-season finale. McPherson is expected back for the Bengals' wild-card game, so Fry will revert back to the practice squad following the Week 18 contest. Fry's lone regular-season action in 2021 came with the Chiefs back in Week 16, when he went 3-for-4 on both his field-goal and extra-point attempts while filling in for Harrison Butker, who was out after landing on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
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  • Bengals' Elliott Fry: Elevated to active roster

    Fry was elevated to the Bengals' active roster Saturday. Fry joined the Bengals' practice squad Tuesday and will be on the active roster for Sunday's Week 18 matchup against the Browns. His elevation signals that Evan McPherson (groin) could be unavailable, which would open up placekicking duties for Fry.
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  • Elliott Fry: Finds new home

    Fry was signed to the Bengals' practice squad Tuesday. Fry spent most of the season bouncing back and forth between the Falcons' active roster and practice squad. He joined the Chiefs on Dec. 14 and filled in for Harrison Butker in Week 16 against the Steelers while Butker was on the COVID list. After Butker cleared protocols, Fry was cut Dec. 28. He'll now provide emergency depth to Bengals' kicker, Evan McPherson.
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  • Elliott Fry: Cut from practice squad

    The Packers have released Fry from their practice squad. Fry was waived by the Chiefs last week after filling in for Harrison Butker (illness) in Week 16. He subsequently spent last week on Green Bay's practice squad. The journeyman kicker will now set his sights on a new opportunity.
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  • Chiefs' Elliott Fry: Kicking for KC in Week 16

    Fry is in line to serve as Kansas City's kicker for Sunday's game against the Steelers with Harrison Butker (illness) not available to play, Pete Sweeney of reports. Though the Chiefs haven't officially provided word on Butker's status for Week 16, Sweeney reports that the kicker won't be eligible to play after landing on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday following a positive test of the virus. That implies that Butker is following the protocols for unvaccinated players, making him ineligible to rejoin the Chiefs until 10 days after his positive test. In preparation for Butker's Week 16 absence, Kansas City signed Fry off its practice squad Monday, setting the stage for him to make his second NFL appearance this weekend. He made his debut with the Falcons in Week 4 of the 2020 season, missing one of two extra-point attempts and converting on a 23-yard field goal in a loss to Green Bay.
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  • Elliott Fry: Gets cut Wednesday

    Fry was cut from the Falcons' practice squad Wednesday. Fry signing with the practice squad and subsequently being cut from the practice squad has become a weekly routine. He is the Falcons go-to emergency backup to Younghoe Koo.
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  • Elliott Fry: Released from practice squad

    Fry was released from the Falcons' practice squad Monday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Fry and T.J. Green were both released, while Luther Kirk was added to the practice squad in a corresponding move. With just one NFL field-goal attempt under his belt, Fry hasn't had many opportunities to prove he deserves a shot, but he'll be an option teams consider in the event their own kickers become injured or ineffective.
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