The Tennessee Titans have been hit with bad news on the week‘s final injury report as kicker Randy Bullock has been officially ruled out with his right calf issue.
Bullock apparently suffered some sort of leg injury during Sunday’s pre-game warm-ups. Despite all that, Bullock was able to kick things off for the team against the Broncos and he did it admirably.
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However, that injury is at least serious enough to keep the Titans kicker out of action in Thursday night’s massive showdown in Green Bay.
With Bullock out, the team signed kicker Josh Lambo to their 53-man practice squad roster.
The Michigan native was recently drafted into the team’s practice squad after seven years of NFL experience with the Chargers (2015-16) and Jaguars (2017-21).
During Lambo’s career, he completed 128 of 147 field goal attempts (87.1%) with a career 59 yards.
The eighth-year kicker tallied 527 career points, while earning second-team All-Pro honors following his impressive 2019 campaign in which he scored 33 of 34 for the Jaguars.
In order to make room for Lambo, the Titans waived receiver Chris Conley.