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Harbaugh on Akers vs. Cundiff: 'We have a leader in the clubhouse'

Tue, 23 Jul 2013|

The Jets have signed Billy Cundiff, the former Ravens kicker that choked to send the Patriots to the Super Bowl XLVI

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  1. 49ers' dicey kicker scenario

    of self and his head Well that happened a while back Billy Cundiff has had. The entire season to mull over what he'd ..... involves a left footed kicker in a right footed kicker in Cundiff does that cause problems for Brian Jennings long snapper

  2. Cundiff details kicking conditions at Candlestick

    Cundiff says he has no clue how David Akers is faring in the kicker competition.

  3. Will Justin Smith play? Is Cundiff the new 49ers' kicker?

    point is how effective will he be and how long can he play. About that kicker controversy between David Akers and Billy Cundiff who's got it easier in terms of the past. To being the starting kicker for the team when they eventually do get

  4. Matt & Mindi: Who looked better in practice, Akers or Cundiff ?

    see what the new guy can do I'm not ruling David Akers out but I just think it's an easier. Path right now for Billy Cundiff is Joseph told just annoys you leave the noise behind you and that's not crowd noise is definitely using your head

  1. Jets sign kicker Billy Cundiff

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    Tue, 23 Jul 2013

    The Jets have signed Billy Cundiff , the former Ravens kicker that choked to send the Patriots to the Super Bowl XLVI

  2. Ravens kicker Justin Tucker excels in rookie year

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    Fri, 8 Mar 2013

    former Texas kicker to join them at training camp. Tucker then had to beat out veteran Billy Cundiff , who scored 122 points one season earlier. Although Cundiff missed a short field-goal try in the 2011 AFC championship game, he was the odds

  3. Monday Morning Mailbag: Cundiff is not an option

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    Mon, 21 Jan 2013

    If the 49ers elect to replace the struggling David Akers for the Super Bowl, NFL rules say they will have to look elsewhere.

  4. the 49ers on Saturday did promote wide receiver Chad hall from the practice squad. He now fills the roster spot as Billy Cundiff the kicker the team like on Friday before they came to Atlanta. He will Wear number fourteen the question is realistically

  5. was a little bit unexpected I guess just because of mine and of it is or not Jim Harbaugh and if as a seen. Kicker Billy Cundiff shortly announce before they got on the team buses so David Akers is indeed the kicker. From here on out of the 49ers

  6. 49ers waive kicker Cundiff

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    Fri, 18 Jan 2013

    The 49ers on Friday waived kicker Billy Cundiff , who was signed as insurance when veteran David Akers struggled in the regular season.

  7. Cundiff inactive; Justin Smith returns to action

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    Sat, 12 Jan 2013

    Justin Smith is active for the 49ers' 2013 playoff debut, but kicker Billy Cundiff isn't. It's all David Akers today.

  8. playoff game against the Packers. Despite acres thirteen regular season mrs. Harbaugh is going with them instead of Billy Cundiff . I feel like he gives us the best chance. The green. me they're just. I think suffice it to say we. feel confident

  9. this is that. The 49ers signed Billy Cundiff because they thought he was the ..... And so Seattle didn't have Billy Cundiff available they went with Ryan Longwell ..... been named the kicker for Saturday Billy Cundiff will remain on the roster for the

  10. Harbaugh sticking with Akers

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    Thu, 10 Jan 2013

    David Akers was forced to ward off Billy Cundiff to keep his job. On Thursday, Jim Harbaugh revealed Akers won the battle.

  11. Matt & Mindi: How much play time for Patrick Willis?

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    Tue, 8 Jan 2013

    Matt & Mindi discuss how the Packers might be able to neutralize Patrick Willis, and comment on the ongoing kicker battle between David Akers and Billy Cundiff .

  12. mean that was have been in need to go there and have Billy Cundiff kicked in Candlestick Park. So old I mean yeah it certainly ..... way I think I think there's a pretty strong chances Billy Cundiff is out there hit for corners on Saturday evening. Had

  13. before kickoff which is fine it's a you don't do you plan for one kicker vs another. But one thing Woolsey is a Billy Cundiff is a really intriguing prospect because he's a tenure that he's got Pro Bowl experience he's got playoff experience

  14. Cundiff isn't keeping tabs on his competition

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    Tue, 8 Jan 2013

    Billy Cundiff may be in a fierce battle with David Akers, but he has no clue how his competition is faring.

  15. Cundiff makes Candlestick debut

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

    In photos posted on the Candlestick Park Stadium Tours Facebook page Monday night, Billy Cundiff was the only 49ers kicker to work out at the team's home stadium Monday afternoon.

  16. idea. Who might be their kicker. Saturday Jim Harbaugh I think there is keep track writer in the clubhouse between Billy Cundiff . And David Akers he won't say do not surprising there but the pair went up to Candlestick Park. On Monday to test

  17. Lee accustomed to holding for both sides

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

    Andy Lee has held for six kickers, three left-footed and three right-footed, during his career. So the 49ers' punter/holder has no issue switching between lefty David Akers and righty Billy Cundiff in practice.

  18. Kicking competition heads to Candlestick

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

    David Akers and challenger Billy Cundiff are scheduled to continue their kicking competition Monday at Candlestick Park, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said.

  19. Cundiff gets off to 'not bad' start in competition with Akers

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    Thu, 3 Jan 2013

    David Akers and Billy Cundiff share the same kicking coach. So, is this competition awkward? Cundiff : "You just accept it as part of the business."

  20. Cundiff , Akers competition begins

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    Thu, 3 Jan 2013

    Billy Cundiff and David Akers opened their kicker competition at 49ers practice with coaches paying attention to their every moves.