As the Los Angeles Chargers look to move on from a woeful season at the kicker position, finding stability is a must.
The Chargers went through four kickers this season, and if not for a few untimely missed field goals, could possibly be in the playoffs right now.
This week, the team made a move that will hopefully solidify the position for the foreseeable future. The Chargers announced Wednesday they have signed former second round pick Roberto Aguayo.
Aguayo was selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, but was waived by the team prior to this season. He did not appear in any regular season games in 2017.
In college, Aguayo enjoyed a record-setting career at Florida State.
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