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Topic - Kai Forbath
Redskins kicker Kai Forbath bounced back from a rough start last season. Now he's hoping to carry that late momentum into 2014.
Given the Redskins' struggles on special teams lat season, significant turnover seems likely. Which free agents might they target?
Redskins kicker Kai Forbath got off to a rough start in 2013, then suffered a leg injury and lost his long snapper for the season. Assuming he stays healthy in 2014, he's a candidate to have a breakout season.
Should the Redskins bring in competition for their kickers? Tandler and Tarik examine the question.
After a dismal season on special teams in 2013, the Redskins figure to make some big changes to personnel this offseason. Who stays and who goes?
Redskins kicker Kai Forbath's season got off to a difficult start. But since Week 9, he's been perfect on field goals.
All season long the Redskins' special teams have been a thorn in team's side.
Kory Lichtensteiger played off and on through a sprained left ankle in the Washington Redskins' NFC East-clinching victory over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night, and the left guard hopes to be able to go when the playoffs begin in a week.
Kai Forbath keeps making field goals for the Washington Redskins, and Sunday he broke an NFL record.
Kai Forbath had nerves, "just a little more than normal." A few teammates did, too. The game and the Washington Redskins' playoff hopes were on the line as the rookie kicker — who was perfect in his NFL career — stepped onto the field in overtime.
FedEx Field erupted, but the chants weren't of "RG3." Robert Griffin III was on the trainer's table getting his injured right knee looked at. He had taken the Washington Redskins so far and essentially had to be dragged off the field.
Kai Forbath had everything to prove.
When Billy Cundiff missed a 31-yard field goal last week, an error that ultimately cost the kicker his job, the course of the Washington Redskins' game against the Atlanta Falcons changed.
When the Washington Redskins cut the cord with Graham Gano late in the preseason, they signaled the end of a young kicker experiment. They invested two-plus seasons in Gano's potential but jumped at Billy Cundiff when the Baltimore Ravens released the veteran.
"I got some good work in," Forbath said. "That's just going to keep improving, improving and improving. It's just the more you do it, the better you're going to get at it. So there definitely will be an improvement this year."
"We finished strong, so there's a little momentum going, at least for our position," Forbath said at the Big Train Celebrity Softball Classic. "We're getting [long snapper] Nick [Sundberg] back [from a knee injury]. We don't have a holder yet. But as far as trusting that the snap will be there, I know that will be there. So we're going to build off of how we finished last year, definitely."