The Tennessee Titans have signed kicker Stephen Gostkowski.
*All stats from pro-football-reference.com*
Gostkowski spent 14 years with the Patriots after they drafted him in 2006. He became the Patriots all-time leading scorer in December of 2014. He finished with a total of 1,775 points.
In New England, he had an 87.4% field goal percentage and a 98.3% extra point percentage. Also, He won six Lamar Hunt (AFC Championship Game) trophies with the team, along with three Super Bowls (2015, 2017, 2019).
Additionally, Gostkowski made the Pro Bowl four times and was named to the AFC All-Pro Team twice.
Who Will He Replace?
Gostkowski will replace Greg Joseph after the Titans waived him Thursday morning. He will also join kicker Tucker McCann, a rookie, the Titans, signed as an Undrafted Free Agent out of Missouri.
Finally, Gostkowski will reunite with Titans Head Coach, Mike Vrabel. They played together for three years (2006-2008), and both made the Pro Bowl and All-Pro team in 2008.
The Titans will open up their season on September 14th, playing the Broncos on Monday Night Football in Denver.