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Havrisik could lose his job as the Rams' top kicker Sunday against the Ravens, as the team is considering elevating veteran Mason Crosby, whom they signed to their practice squad Wednesday, Adam Grosbard of The Orange County Register reports.

Havrisik was chosen to replace Brett Maher as Los Angeles' kicker beginning in Week 8, but he's largely struggled in the role, going just 7-for-10 on field-goal tries, with two of the three misses coming from inside 50 yards. Consequently, Crosby was added to the practice squad and is now under consideration to replace Havrisik as the team's kicker for Week 14. Nonetheless, head coach Sean McVay said Wednesday that the Rams won't yet be cutting Havrisik, so the team may be setting up a competition between Crosby and Havrisik before settling on a permanent option.

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