Bills To Sign K Steven Hauschka

The Bills have a new kicker. Buffalo is expected to sign Steven Hauschka today, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (on Twitter). It’s a four-year deal for the 31-year-old kicker, per ESPN.com.

The Bills dropped Dan Carpenter earlier this month, leaving them with a vacancy. Hauschka spent the past six seasons as the Seahawks’ kicker and has connected on 87 percent of his field goals throughout his nine-year career, one that didn’t stabilize until he ventured to Seattle in 2011.

Hauschka became expendable recently when the Seahawks added Blair Walsh. And a voyage to Buffalo will come after Hauschka struggled with the NFL’s new extra-point rule. He’s missed 10 at the new distance over the past two seasons — including six last year.

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  1. TJECK109

    Isn’t extra points what Carpenter struggled with as well?

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  2. according to a buddy who’s a seahawks fan, 4 of them were blocked

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