Chargers Sign One Kicker To The Active Roster, Place Another On Injured Reserve

The Los Angeles Chargers have struggled to finish off games as of late, dropping their record back to 5-5 on the season, falling out of a playoff spot in the AFC with their latest loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, but once massive bright spot for this team in recent times has been their rookie kicker, Cameron Dicker.

Originally, Dicker was signed for the Eagles for just one game, and after that, was signed to Los Angeles, originally just to fill in for the veteran Dustin Hopkins, but now, he has made his way to Injured Reserve, clearing the way for Dickers to become the full-time kicker in Los Angeles. 

In 3 games for the Chargers, Dicker has converted on all seven of his field goal attempts, as well as al 6 of his extra point attempts, and given how clutch he's proven to be so early in his rookie year, even if it's not with Los Angeles, it's very clear that 'Dicker the Kicker' has a very bright future ahead of himself in the NFL. 

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