The New York Giants will have a new placekicker when they take on the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. The Giants have signed Cade York off the Tennessee Titans practice squad while placing Graham Gano on the injured reserve (IR) after undergoing season-ending knee surgery.
The Giants also signed Randy Bullock to their practice squad earlier this week. York kicked for the Cleveland Browns as a rookie in 2022, while Bullock is most known for his four-year tenure with the Houston Texans from 2012-2015.
Cade York and Randy Bullock: Kicker Duo to Compete for Starting Gig
Cade York went 24-of-32 on field goals in 2022. His 75% field goal percentage was the fourth-worst in the NFL. He did, however, make four field goals from 50+ yards out. York got released by the Browns after struggling in the 2023 preseason. Meanwhile, Randy Bullock made 17 of 20 field goals for the Titans in 2022. He has made 80% or more of his field goals every season since his rookie year, a span of ten seasons. His 2014 campaign with the Houston Texans remains his finest, making 30-of-35 field goals, including 4-of-5 from 50 yards. Bullock had been without an NFL team since the conclusion of last season but joined the Giants after Graham Gano hit the IR.
New York Giants K Graham Gano Done for 2023
New York Giants kicker Graham Gano has struggled this season while dealing with injuries. He is 11-of-17 in field goals, including missing two in his team’s 13-10 overtime loss to the New York Jets last Sunday. Gano’s struggles came on the heels of three consecutive fantastic seasons with the Giants, with the Florida State product making 89-of-97 field goals. The 36-year-old will get shut down for the remainder of the season after being placed on IR.