Bills add Kaare Vedvik to offseason roster

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Kaare Vedvik’s tour of the NFL will continue in Buffalo.

The Bills announced on Tuesday that they have signed Vedvik to a future contract that will make him part of the team’s 90-man roster once the offseason is officially underway.

Vedvik has tried his hand at both kicking and punting since entering the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Ravens in 2018 and he’s shown enough leg to keep earning shots with NFL teams. The tangible results have been slower to arrive, however.

He missed the 2018 season after getting attacked in Baltimore just before the start of the regular season, got traded to the Vikings last summer and landed on waivers after failing to make the Minnesota roster. Vedvik was claimed by the Jets, but got dropped after missing two kicks in Week One and later spent some time on the Bengals practice squad.

16 responses to “Bills add Kaare Vedvik to offseason roster

  1. atthemurph says:
    January 7, 2020 at 3:30 pm
    MN can trade a 4th rounder for him this Spring.

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    You like that, wouldn’t you?

  2. I appreciate including the description of a futures contract: “added to the offseason roster” and “a future contract that will make him part of the team’s 90-man roster once the offseason is officially underway.”

    For the first time, I understand what a futures contract is. I guess it’s not all that complicated in the end, but I had never seen a story here or elsewhere take the time to actually explain what it is. Thank you for the clarity.

  3. Hopefully he can throw the ball and make smart football decisions because after watching the most embarrassing display of mismanaging the clock in crunch time, the Bills need a QB. Between the intentional grounding, the 19 yard sack and the over-the-shoulder, blind lateral, Allen makes Dexter Manley look like a Mensa member.

  4. Teams going nowhere with Trash Allen. Had one of the very easiest schedules in the league. Didn’t have any quality wins . 32nd in completion percentage. 52 percent in playoffs. HOT GARBAGE!!!

  5. Why oh WHY couldn’t Blair Walsh just have maintained that early Rookie success.
    I have NEVER seen a kicker get the yips like this guy did after missing that FG in Seattle to blow that playoff game for the Vikes.

    That was just sad to watch.

    As one of the children wrote to him after that game…

    “Keep on trying, Puppies are cute.”

  6. mz1394 says:
    January 7, 2020 at 4:44 pm
    Teams going nowhere with Trash Allen. Had one of the very easiest schedules in the league. Didn’t have any quality wins . 32nd in completion percentage. 52 percent in playoffs. HOT GARBAGE!!!

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    Joe,

    This story is about the Bills signing a kicker, and has absolutely nothing about Josh Allen. Stay on topic and get over your Josh Allen man crush. BTW: Ten wins this year with a completely rebuilt starting offense (9 of 11 new starters). How many wins did your superstar Derek Carr have this year?

  7. Not a raider fan sorry . But since wins is your measure you know that Tebow is better than Trash Allen. Also carr 1st 2 years 53 tds, TRASH ALLEN 28 . NICE TRY FANBOY

  8. I love the pft troll takes on Allen.

    He improves every week. Next year is his 3rd year & should be a breakout – 12-4 and the division title is probably the floor for that team.

  9. davinci15 says:

    You like that, wouldn’t you?

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    Yes, because it would make me laugh more than using a 5th rounder for the guy.

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