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Players

Kai Forbath
K #2
Height:
5-11
Weight:
197
College:
UCLA
Hometown:
Sherman Oaks, Ca.
Experience:
4

MILESTONES
NFL debut: 10/14/12 (vs. MIN)... First made FG: 10/14/12 (vs. MIN, 50 yards)... First made PAT: 10/14/12 (vs. MIN)

MILESTONES
NFL debut: 10/14/12 (vs. MIN)... First made FG: 10/14/12 (vs. MIN, 50 yards)... First made PAT: 10/14/12 (vs. MIN)

TRANSACTIONS
Originally signed with the Dallas Cowboys as a college free agent on August 2, 2011... Placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list on August 30, 2011... Released by the Cowboys on April 16, 2012... Acquired by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on waivers on April 17, 2012... Released by the Buccaneers on August 31, 2012... Signed by the Washington Redskins on October 9, 2012... Re-signed with the Redskins on April 16, 2015.

PRO
NFL record holder for most consecutive field goals made to start a career (17, later tied by Chandler Catanzaro)... Enters 2015 having kicked in 40 regular season games and one postseason game... Converted 59-of-67 field goal attempts across the 2012-14 seasons, as his 88.1 percent field goal percentage entering 2015 is the best in team history among players with at least 50 attempts... Joined the Redskins in Week 6 of the 2012 season... Spent the entire 2011 season on Dallas’ Reserve/Non-football injury list.

YEAR-BY-YEAR
2014 (REDSKINS)

Kicked in a career-high 16 games, making 24-of-27 field goals (88.9 percent), the third-highest percentage in a single season behind only Mark Moseley (95.2 percent in 1982) and Forbath’s own debut season in 2012 (94.4)... Scored a team-high 103 points this season, the 24th individual 100-point season in team history and marking the first 100-point season by a member of the Redskins since Graham Gano in 2011... Kicked off twice with one touchback at HOU (9/7)... Pushed his streak of consecutive field goals to 16 with two field goals vs. JAX (9/14)... Converted his first two of three field goal attempts at PHI (9/21) to push his consecutive field goals streak to 18, the longest of his career and the second-longest in team history... Went 2-for-2 on PATs vs. NYG (9/25)... Converted 2-of-2 PATs and a 27-yard field goal attempt vs. SEA (10/6)... Was successful on field goal attempts of 28 and 43 yards at ARI (10/12)... Made a career-high four field goals including a game-winning 22-yarder with no time remaining vs. TEN (10/19). The game-winner with no time remaining in regulation was the Redskins’ first since Nick Novak (47-yard vs. Dallas) on 11/5/06... Was twofor- two on field goals including a game-winning 40-yarder in an overtime win at DAL (10/27)... Converted two field goal attempts at MIN (11/2)... Made a PAT vs. TB (11/16)... Converted field goal attempts of 27 and 46 yards in addition to a PAT at SF (11/23)... Made field goals of 25 and 29 yards and went 3-of-3 on PATs at IND (11/30)... Appeared vs. STL (12/7)... Converted two field goal attempts at NYG (12/14) to move into sixth alltime in team history for made field goals... Made his third game-winning field goal of the season and the fourth of his career when he hit a 26-yarder with five seconds remaining vs. PHI (12/20). Finished the day 2-for-2 on field goals and 3-for-3 on PATs... Made his 59th career field goal, vs. DAL (12/28), tying Graham Gano for fifth-most in team history.

2013 (REDSKINS)
Vs. PHI (9/9), was 3-for-3 on PATs but pushed a 40-yard field goal attempt wide right... Inactive with a groin injury at GB (9/15), vs. DET (9/22) and at OAK (9/29)... Returned at DAL (10/13) and matched his career-high with three made field goals (3-for-4)... Hit a 38-yard field goal and had a careerhigh six PATs vs. CHI (10/20)... Was 3-for-3 on PATs at DEN (10/27)... Had two kicks blocked but had a key 47-yard fourth quarter field goal and was 3-for-3 on PATs vs. SD (11/3)... Converted two field goal attempts and three PATs at MIN (11/7)... Handled kickoffs at PHI (11/17)... Hit field goals of 36 and 35 yards, including one with time expiring in the first half, vs. SF (11/25)... Hit a 33-yard field goal vs. NYG (12/1)... Matched a career long with a 50-yard field goal in icy conditions vs. KC (12/8)... Converted field goal opportunities of 33 and 37 yards at ATL (12/15)... Matched a career high with three made field goals vs. DAL (12/22)... Hit field goals of 31 and 49 yards at NYG (12/29).

2012 (REDSKINS)
Joined the Redskins in Week 6 and had a record-setting year, hitting 17- of-18 field goals and 33-of-34 PATs in 11 games with Washington... Set the NFL record for consecutive field goals made to begin a career (17)... Made his NFL debut vs. MIN (10/14), converting 5-of-5 PATs and hitting a 50- yard field goal on his first NFL attempt. Became the first rookie kicker in team history since Scott Blanton (1996) to have his first made field goal as a professional come from a distance of 50 or more yards... Went 3-for-3 on FGs at NYG (10/21), a career high in both field goals made and attempted, converting from 20, 43 and 45 yards... At PIT (10/28), hit a 48-yarder in the third quarter and a 45-yarder in the fourth quarter to improve to 6-for-6 on FGs for his career but also had a PAT blocked... Was 2-of-2 on field goal attempts vs. CAR (11/4) to push him to 8-for-8 for his career. Has converted a kick from 45 yards or longer in each of his first four NFL games... Hit a 25-yard field goal on his only attempt and was 4-of-4 on PATs in a win vs. PHI (11/18). The field goal was his ninth consecutive made field goal to open his career, making him the first Redskin since at least 1960 to open a career with nine consecutive made field goals. Former kicker Graham Gano previously held the mark since 1960 by making the first eight field goals of his career across the 2009-10 seasons... Was 5-for-5 on PATs and hit his only field goal attempt - a 48-yarder in the final four minutes - in a Thanksgiving Day win at DAL (11/22). Improved to 10-for-10 to open his career with the made field goal... Hit his only field goal attempt and two PATs in a onepoint win vs. NYG on Monday Night Football (12/3)... Was 3-for-3 on field goal attempts including a 34-yard game-winner in overtime vs. BAL (12/9), pushing him to 14-for-14 in his career... Was 5-for-5 on PATs in a win at CLE (12/16) and hit his only field goal attempt (a 44-yarder) to improve to 15-for-15 in his career... Hit 3-of-3 PATs and made his only two field goal attempts in a win at PHI (12/23). In the process, he set an NFL record for most consecutive field goals made to start a career (17), surpassing New Orleans’ Garrett Hartley’s former record of 16... In a division-clinching win vs. DAL (12/30), had his NFL record streak of 17 made field goals to open his career snapped when a 37-yard attempt bounced off the right upright... Converted two extra point attempts in the NFC Wild Card round vs. SEA (1/6).

2011 (COWBOYS)
Spent the season on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list and never appeared in a game with Dallas.

COLLEGE
Was a four year starter at UCLA... His 84.2 career percentage is second in school history among players with at least 20 career field goals... Tied for first on UCLA career list with 85 field goals... Finished second in career scoring at UCLA... Holds the NCAA record for most career games with two or more field goals (31) and is tied for the record of most career games of at least three field goals (13)... Won the Lou Groza Award (Top Kicker) in 2009 and was a semifinalist for the award in 2010... In 2009, was a consensus All-American and earned first team All-American honors (AFCA, Walter Camp Football Foundation, The Sporting News, Football Writers Association of America, Phil Steele and Rivals.com) and second team All Pac-10 (AP)... Named by coaches to first team All-Pac 10 in 2009 and second-team All-Pac 10 in 2008 and 2010... As a sophomore, was named third-team All- American (AP) and fourth-team All-American (Phil Steele)... Made second team Freshman All-America (Sporting News) and earned honorable mention Pac-10 as a freshman.

PERSONAL
Attended Notre Dame H.S. in Sherman Oaks, Calif... Helped his team win three CIF championships and post an overall record of 35-1... Had a long field goal of 57 yards... Was a USA Today first-team All-American and was rated as the No. 1 kicker nationally by ESPN.com... In 2013, participated in the annual Mickey Steele Celebrity Golf Tournament... Helped with the Recess at Guilford Elementary School event... Volunteered at the All-Star Survivors Celebration... Born Kai August Forbath on Sept. 2, 1987, in Santa Monica, Calif.... Son of Thomas and Susy Forbath.

Field Goal
YearTeamGOverall FGs20-29 Yards30-39 Yards40-49 Yards50+ YardsPAT
BlkLngFGMFG AttPctMAttPctMAttPctMAttPctMAttPctXP AttXPMPctBlk
TOTAL 54 4 57 75 88 85.2 21 23 91.3 24 27 88.9 26 31 83.9 4 7 57.1 132 128 97 3
2016 MIN 3 0 48 6 6 100 2 2 100 3 3 100 1 1 100 0 0 -- 5 4 80 1
2015 NO 10 2 57 9 13 69.2 2 3 66.7 3 4 75 2 3 66.7 2 3 66.7 34 33 97.1 0
2015 WAS 1 0 45 1 2 50 0 0 -- 0 0 -- 1 2 50 0 0 -- 1 1 100 0
2014 WAS 16 0 49 24 27 88.9 11 11 100 6 7 85.7 7 8 87.5 0 1 0 32 31 96.9 1
2013 WAS 13 2 50 18 22 81.8 3 4 75 10 10 100 4 6 66.7 1 2 50 26 26 100 0
2012 WAS 11 0 50 17 18 94.4 3 3 100 2 3 66.7 11 11 100 1 1 100 34 33 97.1 1
Kickoff
YearTeamGKOYdsOOBAvgTBPctRetAvgTDOSKOSKR
TOTAL 54 240 14,995 1 62.5 78 0.3 155 -- 0 6 0
2016 MIN 3 15 923 0 61.5 9 0.6 5 -- -- 1 0
2015 NO 10 49 3,209 0 65.5 21 0.4 28 -- -- 0 0
2015 WAS 1 3 201 0 67 1 0.3 2 -- -- 0 0
2014 WAS 16 54 3,312 0 61.3 18 0.3 34 -- -- 2 0
2013 WAS 13 57 3,434 0 60.2 14 0.2 41 -- -- 2 0
2012 WAS 11 62 3,916 1 63.2 15 0.2 45 -- -- 1 0
Defensive
YearTeamGTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntTDsYdsAvgLng
TOTAL 54 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0
2016 MIN 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2015 NO 10 2 2 0 0 0 0 -- -- -- -- --
2015 WAS 1 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2014 WAS 16 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2013 WAS 13 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2012 WAS 11 0 -- -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- --

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