New England Patriots place Stephen Gostkowski on injured reserve

New England Patriots have placed kicker Stephen Gostkowski on reserve.
To be able to make him available for the 2020 season, gostkowski will call for surgery.
According to reports, the Patriots worked out free-agent kickers on Wednesday, among them together with Kai Forbath.
Matthew Wright, a rookie by UCF who had been in camp with the Pittsburgh Steelers, was part of the workout.
Gostkowski is in his 14th year as New Englands kicker however he struggled this season, missing four efforts. He left attempts.
The 35-year-old has helped the Patriots win three Super Bowls since the team selected him in the fourth round of the 2006 draft as a substitute for Adam Vinatieri, whod abandoned for the Indianapolis Colts.
Whoever another guy is that comes in here, he doesnt need to attempt to become Steve, does not need to attempt to be Adam Vinatieri, Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater stated.
He just has to be himself. Hell be here for a reason, which reason will be the coach Bill Belichick believes hes going to provide us the best opportunity to help this team win.
Gostkowski has created 374-of-428 field-goal efforts (87.4 per cent) in his career, such as 25-of-35 from 50-plus yards. Hes a Pro Bowl selection and has been selected first-team All-Pro in 2015 and 2008. He hasnt missed a game.

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