Former Clemson kicker reportedly released


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Cat-man was released according to ESPN's Adam Schefter (Vincent Carchietta - USA Today Sports)
Cat-man was released according to ESPN's Adam Schefter (Vincent Carchietta - USA Today Sports)

Former Clemson kicker Chandler Cantazaro has been released according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Catanzaro retired from the NFL last August but was giving it a go with the Giants after the release of kicker Aldrick Rosas.

It appears that Graham Gano who just signed with the team is expected to win the starting kicking job.

For his NFL career, Catanzaro converted on 83.8% of his field goals and 92.9% of his extra points.

The 29-year-old was a two-time semifinalist for the Groza Award and left Clemson first in school history in points, extra points made and field goals of 40-plus yards.

He enrolled at Clemson out of Christ Church Episcopal (Greenville, S.C.).

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