The Giants released Koehn from their practice squad Monday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.
Koehn's stay with the practice squad lasted just three days. The Iowa product has kicked in just one NFL game since entering the professional ranks.
Koehn signed with the Giants' practice squad on Friday.
Koehn's spot on the practice squad comes following the release of tight end Garrett Dickerson. The 26-year-old was previously released from New York's practice squad Oct. 12, but he's rejoined the group as an emergency option at the kicker position behind starter Aldrick Rosas.
Koehn was released from the Giants' practice squad Friday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Koehn signed to the practice squad earlier this week as a precaution with starter Aldrick Rosas dealing with a quad injury. Rosas was deemed healthy enough following Thursday's loss to the Eagles so as to make Koehn expendable.
Koehn signed with the Giants' practice squad on Tuesday.
Koehn had spent the offseason with the Giants, but the team ultimately went with incumbent starter Aldrick Rosas, who has been off to a great start this season. However, with the kicker dealing with a quadriceps injury on a short week, Koehn would likely be promoted to the active roster for Thursday's game against the Eagles should Rosas be inactive.
The Giants waived Koehn on Saturday, Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com reports.
With one career appearance, Koehn still went down to the wire with incumbent kicker Aldrick Rosas. Expect Koehn to hit the tryout circuit as he searches for another gig.
The Giants signed Koehn to a reserve/future contract Monday, Dan Duggan of NJ.com reports.
Koehn previously worked out for the Giants in mid-November, but ultimately wasn't signed to the roster after the team elected to stick with rookie Aldrick Rosas as its kicker. While he suited up for all 16 games, Rosas didn't find much success, converting just 18 of 25 field-goal attempts (72 percent) and 20 of 23 extra-point tries. Look for Koehn, who made his lone extra-point attempt while serving as the Bengals' kicker for one game in 2017, to compete with Rosas throughout the offseason.
Koehn worked out with the Giants on Thursday, Dan Duggan of NJ.com reports.
Koehn was one of three kickers to work out for the Giants this week, as the team may be looking for a replacement for Aldrick Rosas, given the rookie's struggles this season. Koehn was waived by the Bengals last Saturday after serving as Randy Bullock's injury replacement in Week 9.
Koehn was waived by the Bengals on Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Koehn did all that was asked of him in Week 9, making his lone extra-point attempt, but Randy Bullock (back) is apparently ready to go for Sunday's game against the Titans, despite being listed as questionable. The 25-year-old could end up on the practice squad if he clear waivers, and could potentially have some tryouts later this season if any other teams suffer from kicker issues or injuries.
Koehn didn't attempt a field goal but did make his lone extra-point try in Sunday's 23-7 loss to the Jaguars.
Koehn's NFL debut was an uneventful one, but he still got the job done the one time he was called upon. With Randy Bullock's (back) status uncertain, it remains to be seen whether Koehn will assume the team's kicking duties in Week 10 versus the Titans.
Koehn will serve as the Bengals' kicker Sunday against the Jaguars with Randy Bullock (back) inactive for the contest, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Since Bullock's back injury isn't believed to be a long-term concern, Koehn, who the Bengals signed Saturday, may only be in store for a one-game stint with the club. Sunday's appearance will mark Koehn's NFL debut after the 25-year-old was unable to win a roster spot with either the Dolphins and Vikings coming out of training camp the past two seasons.
Koehn was signed by the Bengals on Saturday.
The signing probably means that usual kicker Randy Bullock (back) will be inactive Sunday, though that has yet to be confirmed, Jay Morrison of the Dayton Daily News reports. Koehn has yet to play in an NFL game after leaving Iowa after the 2015-16 season, where he completed 16 of 20 field goals, including seven 40-yarders and one 50-yarder.
Koehn was released by the Vikings on Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Koehn certainly gave Kai Forbath a run for his money this summer, but the veteran ultimately won the job battle. Koehn showed potential in the preseason, though, namely nailing a 58-yarder in the third exhibition. It wouldn't be a shock if he resurfaced at some point this season for any team that has any issues at place kicker.
Koehn converted a 58-yard field goal but missed a 47-yard field goal attempt, in Sunday's preseason win over the 49ers. He remains in a tight battle with Kai Forbath for Minnesota's kicking job.
He was given kicking duties for the game with Forbath given the night off. Forbath will work the final preseason game with Koehn sitting out. Koehn showed off his strong leg with the 58-yard conversion, but the 47-yard miss may cause him to lose the job.
The competition between Koehn and Kai Forbath for Minnesota's kicking job remains close, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. Koehn converted an extra point, but did not attempt a field goal in Minnesota's first preseason game.
Koehn is seen having more leg strength than Forbath, which gives him the edge on kickoffs. However, it's hard to see the Vikings giving the job to Koehn, who hasn't kicked in regular-season NFL game, over a veteran. Plus, Forbath made all 15 field-goal attempts last season. Still, it sounds like this job battle may not be decided until late in training camp.
Koehn has become a legitimate contender for Minnesota's kicking job in challenging Kai Forbath during OTAs, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Koehn is seen having more leg strength than Forbath during OTAs. Forbath is under contract for next season and made all 15 field-goal attempts last season, so he's still a heavy favorite to win the job. However, it sounds like the competition won't just be for show this summer.
Koehn signed a reserve/futures contract with Minnesota, Andrew Krammer of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Kai Forbath is under contract for next season and should retain the starting job after making all 15 field-goal attempts this season. However, it's not impossible that Koehn could win the job in a competition next summer.
Koehn was released by the Dolphins on Saturday, Chris Perkins of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Andrew Franks won Miami's kicking competition, despite missing his only field-goal attempt in the team's third preseason game. Koehn, an undrafted rookie, will have a tough time finding another opportunity before the start of the season.
Koehn connected on 45-yard field goal in Thursday's preseason win over the Falcons.
Koehn is battling with incumbent Andrew Franks for the kicking job. While Franks, who was 13-of-16 last season with the Dolphins, certainly has a leg up, Koehn made a good showing on Thursday night while Franks missed his only attempt. Look for this kicking battle to come down to the final preseason game.
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