The Broncos have released K Connor Barth, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. They needed to make room for the recently signed G Evan Mathis. It's still a surprising move, though, considering Barth nailed 15 of 16 FG attempts in 5 games with Denver last year. Brandon McManus, who Barth replaced, is now back atop the depth chart. McManus went just 9 of 13 on FGs last season. Despite the Broncos' high-scoring offense, McManus is a shaky fantasy option.
The Bears cut K Roberto Aguayo. He missed his only FG attempt in 3 preseason outings with Chicago. Connor Barth will handle kicking duties for the Bears but isn't a recommended fantasy pick on a shaky offense.
The Bears have signed K Connor Barth to replace K Robbie Gould. Barth was just dumped by the Saints after hitting both of his FGs tries and 1 XP this preseason. He connected on 23 of 28 FGs (82.1%) for the Bucs last year. Chicago's offense projects to be no better than middle-of-the-pack, though, so Barth is a mediocre fantasy option.
The Saints have signed K Connor Barth. After hitting 23 of 28 attempts (82.1%) for the Bucs last year, he’ll compete with Kai Forbath for the job. The winner should supply some matchup fantasy value kicking for a solid Saints offense.
The Bucs have signed K Connor Barth. He was released at final cuts in favor of Kyle Brindza, who proceeded to miss 6 FGs and 2 XPs in 4 games. Barth connected on 84.3% of his FGs with Tampa Bay from 2009 to 2012. He went 15 of 16 with the Broncos last year. He's a more stable option for the Bucs, but you should be able to do better for your fantasy squad.
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