The Bengals today signed K Randy Bullock to a two-year contract extension through the 2020 season. He had been in the final season of a two-year deal.
Bullock, a seventh-year player, has converted 27 of 30 FGs (90.0 percent) and 45 of 47 PATs (95.7) for 126 points since joining the Bengals during the 2016 season. This season, Bullock has made all four of his FGs and all eight of his PATs, and his 20 points are the most in the AFC and the third-most in the NFL among kickers.
Bullock has played for five NFL teams, including the Houston Texans, the N.Y. Jets, the N.Y. Giants and the Pittsburgh Steelers. For his career, he has converted 105 of 126 field goals (83.3 percent) and 136 of 142 PATs (95.8) for 451 points.