Player Outlook
The Titans brought Wolff in as an undrafted free agent to compete with 2022 UDFA Caleb Shudak for the starting kicker job after the release of Randy Bullock, but neither player made the initial roster and Tennessee instead traded for Nick Folk. Wolff isn't known for having a strong leg but did make more than 80 percent of his field-goal attempts during his career at Texas Tech. Even if he lands on a roster, he's best left undrafted in Fantasy leagues.

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy News

  • Trey Wolff: Waived by Tennessee

    The Titans waived Wolff on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Both Wolff and Caleb Shudak were let go Tuesday morning after the Titans scooped up veteran kicker Michael Badgley following his release from the Commanders. Wolff has yet to kick in an NFL game. He was a perfect 3-for-3 on extra points this preseason but made just one of two field goals, missing his attempt from 49 yards.
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  • Titans' Trey Wolff: Stronger leg than Shudak

    Wolff and Caleb Shudak are neck-and-neck in a camp competition at kicker ahead of Saturday's preseason opener against the Bears, Joe Rexrode of The Athletic reports. Wolff has connected on 46 of 51 field-goal attempts in training camp, while Shudak has made 40 of 44 tries. The 6-foot-4, 205-pound Wolff has a stronger leg than the 5-foot-7, 177-pound Shudak, so if Wolff can continue to match Shudak's accuracy, the rookie out of Texas Tech could have the inside track on the starting job.
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