The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed kicker Randy Bullock, who played for three teams in 2016.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed by the team for Bullock, who signed as a replacement for the struggling Mike Nugent for the final three weeks of the season.
Bullock made all six of his extra-point attempts and 5 of 6 field-goal tries, however his 43-yard miss as time expired against the Houston Texans in Week 16 would have won the game.
Bullock began his career kicking in for the Texans and spent parts of three seasons with the club before joining the New York Jets. The 27-year-old also spent time with the New York Giants and Pittsburgh Steelers this season.
Bullock started the campaign with the Giants to fill in for the suspended Josh Brown. He then joined the Steelers to kick for the injured Chris Boswell before taking over for embattled Mike Nugent in Cincinnati.
Nugent, who missed six extra points for the Bengals this season, joined the club in 2010 and set franchise records for points (132) and field goals (33) in 2011.