Former Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo signs with Los Angeles Chargers

Former Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo signs with Los Angeles Chargers

Former Florida State kicker Roberto Aguayo signs with Los Angeles Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers are signing free-agent kicker Roberto Aguayo, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

However, that slump didn't discourage the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from taking Aguayo at 59th overall in the 2016 NFL Draft. However, after missing a 47-yard field goal and an extra point in Tampa Bay's first preseason game this past August, Aguayo was waived. Both the Chargers and Aguayo will be hoping Southern California was the change in scenery he needed to get back to being the kicker many thought he was capable of.

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With high expectations entering his rookie campaign, Aguayo fell flat, making just 22 of his 31 field goal attempts and achieving a season-long of just 43 yards. He could be a good fit for the Chargers, though, as Los Angeles shuffled through four kickers this year, all of whom struggled. Punter Drew Kaser even had to attempt extra points this season after Novak was injured in a game.

The former second-round pick of the Buccaneers bounced around and had some tryouts previous year, and the Panthers signed him to the practice squad for a bit. Aguayo had brief stints with the Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers, but he didn't kick in an National Football League regular season game in 2017.

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Chargers kickers combined to make 66.7 percent of their field goals in 2017, which was by far the worst team percentage in the NFL.

Younghoe Koo started as the number one choice but had a game-tying kick blocked in Week 1 and missed a potential game-winner in Week 2, so the team brought back veteran Nick Novak.

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