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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Let go by Dallas

    Vizcaino was waived by the Cowboys on Monday, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.

    Vizcaino struggled with his accuracy early in training camp, making just 22 of 35 kicks across Dallas' first eight practices. The only kicker remaining on the Cowboys' roster following Vizcaino's departure is Brandon Aubrey, who has made 26 of 35 attempts thus far.

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  • Cowboys' Tristan Vizcaino: Signs with Dallas

    The Cowboys signed Vizcaino on Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Vizcaino joined the Cowboys' practice squad in mid-January after Brett Maher missed four extra-point attempts during Dallas' wild-card win over Tampa Bay. However, Maher remained the Cowboys' kicker for the divisional-round loss to Philadelphia, and Vizcaino's practice-squad deal expired after Dallas didn't offer him a futures contract at the end of January. Even so, Vizcaino will return to the organization about a month later and may have a chance at claiming the kicking job in 2023, given that Maher is set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Deal with Dallas runs out

    Vizcaino's practice squad contract with the Cowboys expired Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Vizcaino's short tenure with Dallas will come to an end less than two weeks after signing with the team's practice squad Jan. 18. The 26-year-old was brought in by the Cowboys after the team's starting kicker Brett Maher went 1-for-5 on extra-point attempts in the wild-card win over Tampa Bay. However, Vizcaino was not elevated for the subsequent loss to San Francisco in the divisional round, so he never wound up appearing in a game for Dallas. Vizcaino now will look to land a deal elsewhere heading into the 2023 campaign.

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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Joins Dallas' practice squad

    The Cowboys plan to sign Vizcaino to their practice squad Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Vizcaino spent the majority of the campaign on New England's practice squad, but he wasn't signed to a reserve/future contract, allowing the Cowboys to add him during their playoff run. Brett Maher missed his first four extra-point attempts before connecting on his final try of the night during Dallas' wild-card win over Tampa Bay, which was really the lone negative for the Cowboys during a blowout win. Head coach Mike McCarthy and special teams coordinator John Fassel both said after the contest that Maher will retain placekicking duties for Sunday's divisional-round matchup in San Francisco, but the signing of Vizcaino will give Dallas some insurance moving forward.

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  • Tristan Vizcaino: Back to practice squad

    Vizcaino reverted back to New England's practice squad Monday.

    The kicker played just four special-teams snaps handling all four kickoffs in Saturday's loss. He's played in three games with the Patriots this season, two strictly as a kickoff specialist.

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  • Patriots' Tristan Vizcaino: To be elevated from practice squad

    The Patriots are elevating Vizcaino from their practice squad ahead of Saturday's game against the Bengals, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

    Vizcaino offers the Patriots another option to handle kickoffs in Week 16, thus potentially easing the load on veteran placekicker Nick Folk, who has made 30-of-35 field-goal attempts for the team through 14 games to date.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 215 lbs
Birthplace: Chino Hills, CA
Age: 27
School: Washington
Experience: 2