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The two kicking jobs will have plenty of intrigue this offseason as the Bills brought in Kaare Vedvik, who will compete for placekicker and punter, as well as drafting Tyler Bass in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
The player from last year that has the biggest uphill climb would have to be Stephen Hauschka, who has struggled with long field goal attempts, making only 1 of 5 this past year. The fact that the Bills were willing to use their sixth round pick on Bass should send a signal that they could be a little more committed making a switch than bringing a kicker in as an undrafted free agent.
Meanwhile for Corey Bojorquez this is par for the course as he had to beat out Cory Carter for the starting job last year. He was a little inconsistent but down the stretch started to play pretty well and should be able to keep the starting job in 2020.