Things to know about Tennessee Titans new kicker Caleb Shudak

Undrafted rookie kicker Caleb Shudak will play in his first NFL game for the Tennessee Titans against the Cincinnati Bengals at Nissan Stadium on Sunday.

Shudak is the second kicker to fill in for Randy Bullock, who misses his second game after suffering a calf injury earlier this month. Josh Lambo, who missed an extra point, clinched the win last Thursday in Green Bay.

Shudak, who played collegiately in Iowa, had spent the entire 2022 season and most of training camp on the physically incapable player list before being called up earlier this week.

Here’s what you should know about the Titans’ new kicker:

Tennessee Titans place kicker Caleb Shudak (11) warms up as the team prepares to face off against the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, November 27, 2022 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Did the better part of a season as the main kicker in Iowa

Shudak handled kickoffs for the Hawkeyes in 2019 and 2020 before getting his shot as the primary kicker in 2021.