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Dallas Cowboys sick and tired of kicker struggles in training camp, to create in 4 for tryout

The Dallas Cowboys have finally had enough of these struggling kickers in training camp.

The team is attracting four kickers for a Tuesday tryout.

The group includes former Cowboys kicker Brett Maher, Cole Murphy, Matt Ammendola and J.J. Molson.

Would like to get a consider the best available kickers at this time, Cowboys vice president of player personnel Will McClay said.

It speaks to the disappointing performances by Jonathan Garibay and Lirim Hajrullahu through the initial fourteen days of camp.

What we were expecting out from the guys at the positioning hasnt been at the particular level we want at this time, McClay said. The kickers job would be to kick the ball through the target post. We have been searching for guys who is able to do this more consistently.

It really is unknown if the Cowboys want to displace one or both of these current kickers. Or should they can make a move at all.

McClay said the team could have only two on the roster.

But their kicking woes in camp have already been well documented, especially with Garibay, the undrafted rookie from Texas Tech who the staff geared to win the work.

While Garibay went 6-of-8 on kicks on Monday, he’s got made just 33-of-60 kicks because the start of training camp.

Garibay was a dreadful 4-of-11 Saturday, evoking the Cowboys to check out alternatives.

Hajrullahu has been superior to Garibay and was 8-for-8 on Monday. But he’s got been definately not automatic in training camp.

The Cowboys visit a kicker will probably last through the ultimate cuts because the players earned for a tryout on Tuesday were on the road and designed for a season.

Should they were the very best options, they might already be with among the other 32 teams in the league who’ve two kickers on the roster for camp.

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