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After making 75% of his field goals last year for the Rams, Havrisik should compete for a job this preseason with the Browns. He's unlikely to knock off Dustin Hopkins for the gig but he might find a landing spot elsewhere. Until he does, don't bother adding him to Fantasy rosters.

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2024
2023 15 20 19 64 687.6
2022 0 0 0
3y Avg. 15 20 19 64 687.6
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  • Browns' Lucas Havrisik: Gets let go

    Havrisik was waived by the Browns on Tuesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Havrisik had just joined Cleveland on May 20, but with fellow kickers Dustin Hopkins and Cade York under contract as well, the Arizona product was seemingly expendable. He'll now have to seek out a new opportunity
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  • Browns' Lucas Havrisik: Back in Cleveland

    Havrisik signed with the Browns on Monday, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. The kicker rejoined the team after getting waived May 14. Havrisik signed a reserve/future contract with the Browns in January after spending time on Cleveland's practice squad last year. The second-year pro appeared in nine games for the Rams in 2023 and made 15 of 20 field-goal attempts and 19 of 22 extra-point tries.
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  • Lucas Havrisik: Loses spot

    Havrisik was waived by the Browns on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Havrisik signed a reserve/future contract with Cleveland in January after the Rams waived him. He was expected to at least have the opportunity to compete with Dustin Hopkins (hamstring) and Cade York for the team's kicker job in 2024, but instead, he'll become a free agent once again.
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  • Lucas Havrisik: Let go by Rams

    The Rams waived Havrisik on Monday. Havrisik has largely struggled since the Rams named him their new kicker ahead of Week 8, but he was given a vote of confidence by head coach Sean McVay ahead of a Week 16 contest versus New Orleans. However, the team's patience with the 24-year-old has run out after he missed a pair of extra-point attempts in a narrow victory against the Giants on Sunday. Los Angeles doesn't currently have a kicker on its roster, and it remains to be seen who the team will bring in to replace Havrisik for Week 18 and the playoffs.
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  • Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Misses two PATs

    Havrisik converted two of four extra-point tries and didn't attempt a field goal during Sunday's 26-25 victory against the Giants. Just two days removed from coach Sean McVay saying that they wouldn't bring in a kicker to compete with Havrisik, the embattled Rams kicker had a miserable day with a pair of missed extra points. Those misses almost cost the Rams a victory, as the Giants had two chances to take the lead late they wouldn't have had if Havrisik had converted the extra points. Luckily for the Rams, Tyrod Taylor couldn't convert a two-point conversion attempt and Mason Crosby -- who almost replaced Havrisik a few weeks ago -- missed a 54-yard field goal attempt with 35 seconds left. The Rams now have to determine if they can trust the struggling Havrisik as their kicker through the playoffs or bring in another veteran free agent to compete for the role.
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  • Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Starting job secure

    Havrisik is expected to remain the Rams' starting kicker, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Havrisik went 3-for-4 on field-goal attempts in Thursday's 30-22 win over the Saints, missing his longest attempt of the night, a 47-yarder in the victory. Head coach Sean McVay said Friday that they won't bring in another kicker, solidifying Havrisik as the team's starter moving forward.
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  • Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Second straight game with missed FG

    Havrisik connected on three of four field-goal attempts and all three of his extra-point tries during Thursday's 30-22 victory against the Saints. Another week, another missed field goal by the Rams' embattled kicker, this one from 47 yards out near the end of the first half. Despite being perfect on three short field goals (20, 22 and 32 yards) and three extra points, the pattern of missed field goals by Havrisik has to be troublesome to coach Sean McVay. The Rams may again be in the market for a kicker with Havrisik continuing to struggle, something fantasy managers may want to take note of as the Rams have nine days off between Thursday's victory and a Week 17 matchup against the Giants next Sunday.
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  • Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Maintains kicking duties

    Havrisik is active Sunday against the Ravens, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Havrisik's role as the Rams' kicker was in question when the team added Mason Crosby earlier in the week. However, Crosby will be a healthy scratch in Week 14, and the former will retain his spot as the team's kicker for now.
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  • Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Likely to retain kicking gig Sunday

    Havrisik is expected to remain the Rams' kicker for Sunday's game against the Ravens after head coach Sean McVay suggested that Mason Crosby likely won't be elevated from the practice squad in Week 14, Stu Jackson of the team's official site reports. Havrisik's job still seems to be on notice after the Rams added the battle-tested Crosby to the practice squad Wednesday, but the former looks like he'll have at least one more chance to keep his spot on the roster. Since taking over as the Rams' kicker Week 8 following Brett Maher's release, Havrisik has connected on 10 of 11 extra-point attempts and seven of 10 field-goal tries in five games.
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  • Rams' Lucas Havrisik: Could be replaced by veteran

    Havrisik could lose his job as the Rams' top kicker Sunday against the Ravens, as the team is considering elevating veteran Mason Crosby, whom they signed to their practice squad Wednesday, Adam Grosbard of The Orange County Register reports. Havrisik was chosen to replace Brett Maher as Los Angeles' kicker beginning in Week 8, but he's largely struggled in the role, going just 7-for-10 on field-goal tries, with two of the three misses coming from inside 50 yards. Consequently, Crosby was added to the practice squad and is now under consideration to replace Havrisik as the team's kicker for Week 14. Nonetheless, head coach Sean McVay said Wednesday that the Rams won't yet be cutting Havrisik, so the team may be setting up a competition between Crosby and Havrisik before settling on a permanent option.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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