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Top Lucas Havrisik News
Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Another shaky performance
Havrisik connected on one of two field-goal attempts and made four of five extra-point tries during Sunday's 37-14 victory against the Cardinals.
Havrisik sailed a 50-yard field goal attempt wide right in the second quarter, and while he did connect on a 24-yard attempt later in the game, he also pushed a PAT wide right in the fourth quarter. The missed kicks made little impact in a blowout victory, but they don't inspire confidence in Havrisik's job security heading into a Week 13 contest against the Browns and their imposing defense.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Hits go-ahead FG in victory
Havrisik connected on a 22-yard field goal and made both of his extra-point tries during Sunday's 17-16 victory against the Seahawks.
The young kicker wasn't asked to do much through most of the game, as the Rams struggled to produce on offense against Seattle. However, Havrisik was called upon late to hit a chip-shot field goal, and his 22-yard make provided what turned out to be the game-winning points after Seattle kicker Jason Myers missed a 55-yard attempt with eight seconds left. Up next for Havrisik is a Week 12 showdown in Arizona against Kyler Murray and the Cardinals.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Records first miss of career
Havrisik connected on one of two field-goal attempts during Sunday's 20-3 loss to the Packers.
On a misty day at Lambeau Field, the Rams offense as a whole sputtered with Brett Rypien at the helm, leaving Havrisik with few opportunities to produce. While he did manage to drill a 52-yard attempt in the second quarter, he pushed a 49-yard try wide right in the third quarter. Havrisik will likely get a pass for the miss with the weather conditions working against him, and he has the Rams' bye in Week 10 to look forward to before facing off against the Seahawks at home in Week 11.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Makes both field-goal tries
Havrisik connected on both of his field-goal attempts during Sunday's 43-20 loss to the Cowboys.
So far, so good for the newly minted Rams kicker, who made field goals from 33 and 47 yards during the contest. Havrisik, who replaced Brett Maher after the Rams released him on Tuesday, never got to attempt a PAT as the Rams went for two after both of their touchdowns, but coach Sean McVay will likely stand pat with the former Arizona Wildcat for Los Angeles' Week 9 contest with Green Bay.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Set to kick Sunday
Head coach Sean McVay confirmed Friday that Havrisik will be the Rams' kicker this Sunday in Dallas, Stu Jackson of the team's official website reports.
The job carries some fantasy appeal given that the Rams have mostly been able to move the ball this season but have then struggled to punch it into the end zone for six points. Brett Maher was unable to take full advantage of the role due to struggles with accuracy, but Havrisik could have more luck if the team context stays similar. He's best left on the waiver wire in most leagues Week 8, considering the Rams are playing on the road against a top defense coming out of a bye week.... See More ... See Less
Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Los Angeles' new kicker
The Rams plan to sign Havrisik off the Browns' practice squad Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Los Angeles parted ways with kicker Brett Maher after he missed two field goals and one extra point during Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Steelers, and the team wasted no time finding his replacement. Since the Rams are planning on signing Havrisik off Cleveland's practice squad, he'll end up on the team's active roster, per Cameron DaSilva of USA Sports Today. Havrisik went undrafted in 2022 out of Arizona, and he has yet to appear in an NFL game.... See More ... See Less
Lucas Havrisik: Lands with Browns practice squad
Havrisik is set to join the Browns' practice squad.
Days after getting cut by the Colts, Havrisik has found a new home in Cleveland. He will now continue to kick for them at practice and await the opportunity to get called up should anything happen to Dustin Hopkins on the active roster. The 23-year-old kicker spent just one week of his rookie campaign on Indianapolis' practice squad.... See More ... See Less
Lucas Havrisik: Gets cut loose
Havrisik was waived by the Colts on Sunday.
Havrisik was brought back by the team on a reserve/future deal in January. However, he was unable to win the team's kicking duties over the veteran, Matt Gay. The Arizona product will now need to seek an opportunity elsewhere, or he could possibly end up on Indianapolis' practice squad once again.... See More ... See Less
Colts' Lucas Havrisik: Sticks deal with Indy
The Colts signed Havrisik to a reserve/future contract Tuesday.
Havrisik tried out with Indianapolis during the team's 2022 Rookie Mini-Camp. He then signed with the team's practice squad Sept. 13 after the team let go starting kicker Rodrigo Blankenship, but the rookie lost out in a competition against veteran Chase McLaughlin and was waived himself one week later. Havrisik will now look to earn a role on either the practice squad or active roster heading into the 2023 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Lucas Havrisik: Earns chance with practice squad
Havrisik was signed to the Colts' practice squad Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Havrisik joined the Colts during rookie camp, but he now has another opportunity with the team after the waiving of Rodrigo Blankenship on Tuesday, Havrisik will compete with another signing from Tuesday, Chase McLaughlin, for a chance to draw the starting nod Sunday, when the Colts matchup with the Jaguars.... See More ... See Less
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