Roberto Aguayo has had one of the roughest starts to a career in recent memory having been drafted in the second round of the NFL Draft as a kicker in 2016 and never quite living up to the hype. He was the most accurate kicker in ACC history and third-most accurate in NCAA history when he left Florida State, but seemed to have the yips at the pro level.
He was cut by Tampa after only one season with the team and was picked up by the Chicago Bears not a day later. He played in his first preseason game with his new team and he was back to missing kicks pretty quick:
The Bears brought in Aguayo — who went 22 of 31 in 2016 — to compete with incumbent kicker Connor Barth who went 18 of 23 last season.