Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Buccaneers sign kicker Nate Kaeding
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed place kicker Nate Kaeding to a one-year contract, according to Kaeding’s agent, Rick Smith.
Kaeding, a nine-year veteran, played eight-plus season with the San Diego Chargers and finished the 2012 season with the Miami Dolphins. His career field-goal percentage is 86.2.
A year ago, the Bucs signed kicker Connor Barth to a four-year, $13.2 million deal through 2015. The addition of Kaeding is in keeping with the team’s philosophy of creating competition at every position.
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