The Titans have a new kicker.
Badgley signed with the Titans’ practice squad Friday after Ficken was added to the injury report with a groin injury. The Titans also signed kicker Randy Bullock to the practice squad.
Badgley originally entered the NFL as a college free agent in 2018, signing with the Colts.
In three seasons, Badgley has made 52 of 65 field-goal attempts and 82 of 86 extra points, all while kicking for the Chargers. Badgley has a career-long of 59 yards and is perfect (30-30) on attempts inside 40 yards.
He had a four-year career at the University of Miami (Florida), where he set the school mark for career field goals made.
Bullock has spent time with the Texans (2012-15), Jets (2015), Giants (2016), Steelers (2016), Bengals (2016-2020) and Lions (2021) during his NFL career.
The Titans also announced they elevated tight end MyCole Pruitt and defensive back Bradley McDougald from the practice squad to the game-day roster for Sunday. They downgraded tight end Tommy Hudson to out for the season opener.