Nate Freese
Lions could be leaning toward Nate Freese over Giorgio Tavecchio
Nate Freese, K, DET
7/17/2014
News: The Lions could be leaning toward rookie kicker Nate Freese, on whom the team spent a seventh-round pick, over Giorgio Tavecchio, who has bounced around training camps the past two years, reports ESPN.

Tavecchio has the stronger leg. Freese is likely the more accurate kicker and, due to having a draft pick invested, would appear to be the favorite. 

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Kai Forbath
Kai Forbath trying to stave off Zach Hocker
Kai Forbath, K, WAS
7/11/2014
News: Redskins kicker Kai Forbath has made 35 of 40 field goals the past two years, but he's been weak on kickoffs, producing just 14 touchbacks last season. Washington drafted Zach Hocker in the seventh round to compete with Forbath.

According to the Washington Post, Forbath has spent the offseason trying to improve on kickoffs. "That, and continued accuracy on field goals is the key to his job security," the paper said.

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Alex Henery
Alex Henery called out on kickoffs
Alex Henery, K, PHI
6/16/2014
News: Eagles special teams coach Dave Fipp said kicker Alex Henery has not been good enough on kickoffs, reports the Philadelphia Daily News. "He's got to get better on his kickoffs and long field goals. His kickoffs have not been up to par," Fipp said.
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Mason Crosby
Mason Crosby has job locked up?
Mason Crosby, K, GB
6/4/2014
News: Packers kicker Mason Crosby had to fight for his right to boot field goals, extra points and kickoffs last summer, but doesn't have any competition for the job this summer. That's because Crosby hit a career-best 89.2 percent of his field goals. ESPN notes that on Tuesday he made 7 of 8 field goals
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