|Ht / Wt:||6'2" / 202 lb.|
|Drafted:||None / UDFA|
The Bills signed Vizcaino to the practice squad Saturday.
Analysis: Vizcaino will add organizational depth at kicker behind starter Tyler Bass. A Washington product, Vizcaino has played just one game since entering the league in 2018, connecting on all three field-goal attempts and both extra-point tries.
Vizcaino worked out for the Bills on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Analysis: Tyler Bass is the only kicker under contract with the Bills. With the continued uncertainty regarding COVID-19, Vizcaino could serve as the emergency backup while the Bills compete for their first Super Bowl championship. Vizcaino played in one game during the 2020 season, connecting on all three field-goal attempts and both extra-point tries.
Vizcaino reverted to the 49ers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Analysis: An undrafted free agent in 2018, Vizcaino finally made his NFL debut in Sunday's 26-23 loss to the Seahawks. The Washington product put together a perfect outing, connecting on all three field-goal attempts, including a 47-yarder, and both extra-point tries. This was a solid tryout for Vizcaino, so he could get some looks this offseason.
San Francisco signed Vizcaino from the Vikings' practice squad Wednesday, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Analysis: Vizcaino could be thrust into the starting role versus Seattle in Week 17, with Robbie Gould (undisclosed) having been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. He's still looking for a chance to make his NFL debut.
The Vikings cut Vizcaino from the practice squad Tuesday.
Analysis: The Vikings likely will bring in another kicker to add depth behind Dan Bailey, who has been flaky of late. Vizcaino has yet to make his NFL debut since entering the league in 2018.
Vizcaino signed to the Vikings' practice squad Saturday, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Analysis: Vizcaino spent training camp in Cincinnati but is now receiving an opportunity in Minnesota. The 24-year-old could make his way to the active roster if Dan Bailey picks up an injury.
Vizcaino was waived by Cincinnati on Wednesday.
Analysis: Vizcaino got the chance to compete for the kicking job against Randy Bullock in training camp, but he was unable to win the job. Vizcaino has now been let go by both the Cowboys and Bengals this season, but he could be in the mix for an opportunity to compete for a job elsewhere.
The Bengals signed Vizcaino on Saturday.
Analysis: Vizcaino is getting a second chance with Cincy after spending the 2019 offseason with the team. In the meantime, he was on the Cowboys' 90-man roster for a few months this offseason before they cut him loose back in April. Vizcaino is likely just a camp leg due to the presence of Randy Bullock on the roster.
Vizcaino was waived by the Cowboys on Wednesday, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Analysis: The Cowboys signed free-agent Greg Zuerlein and also have Kai Forbath on the roster, so it was only matter of time before Vizcaino received the axe. The 23-year-old went undrafted out of Washington in 2018 and is still looking to make his NFL debut.
Vizcaino signed a reserve/futures contract with the Cowboys on Tuesday, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.
Analysis: Vizcaino was among the kickers brought in for tryouts when then-kicker Brett Maher was struggling during the tail-end of the 2019 regular season. Vizcaino hasn't played an NFL game, however, and he converted just 12 of 19 field goals and 48 of 51 extra points during his final collegiate season at Washington in 2017.
Vizcaino will try out for the Cowboys on Monday, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: Vizcaino tried out for the Cowboys a week ago, but the team decided to afford Brett Maher another shot. However, Maher missed another field goal in Thursday's loss to the Bears, so the Cowboys are looking to cut the cord, according to Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News. Vizcaino hasn't played an NFL game, and he connected on just 12 of 19 field goals and 48 of 51 extra points during his final collegiate season at Washington.
Vizcaino tried out for the Cowboys on Monday, Howard Balzer of BalzerFootball.com reports.
Analysis: Vizcaino signed a future contract with the Bengals this offseason but failed to crack the 53-man roster. The Washington-product now has a chance to join the Cowboys after Brett Maher struggled with two missed field goals in Thursday's loss to the Bills.
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