Graham Gano

#9 | Carolina Panthers | K

Player Profile

Graham Gano
  • Projected Points8.30
  • Next GameWeek 7
  • OpponentChicago Bears
  • StatusHealthy
  • Bio
  • Height6'1"
  • Weight192
  • Age30
  • Date of BirthApril 9, 1987
  • CollegeFlorida State
  • Experience8th Season
  • Draft
  • Year2009
  • RoundUDFA
  • TeamBAL FA

Latest News

  • Graham Gano May Enter Week 1 As Starting Kicker

    Carolina Panthers general manager Marty Hurney said place kicker Graham Gano would be the starter in Week 1 if the team cannot trade either him or rookie Harrison Butker by next Sunday. That's not exactly a vote of confidence for either booter, so you shouldn't target either in fantasy drafts between now and the start of the season Thursday. Gano finished with a field goal percentage under 80 percent (78.9 percent on 30 of 38 kicks) for the first time since 2011 with Washington, and his job is clearly in jeopardy. Even if he wins the job, he's one to leave to the waiver wire to begin the season.

    over 1 month ago | RotoBaller
  • Panthers Listening To Offers On Graham Gano

    The Carolina Panthers are receiving calls on place kicker Graham Gano, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport. It likely means the team is planning to go with rookie Harrison Butker as their kicker this season after Gano struggled in 2016 and hit just 78.9 percent of his tries and missed three extra points. Butker has potential but should be left to the waiver wire in all leagues to start out.

    over 1 month ago | RotoBaller
  • Graham Gano Confident He's Keeping Job

    Carolina Panthers place kicker Graham Gano, who has been in competition with rookie kicker Harrison Butker in training camp, thinks he still has the job locked down. Gano has been with the team for the last five years and has made at least 29 kicks in each of the last three seasons. He played through a broken ankle late in the year, which hurt his finish and left Carolina wondering if they could do better at the position. Gano missed a total of eight field goals and three extra points in 2016 and had foot surgery in the offseason. The disappointing season has him battling to retain his job, and it's still not a done deal that he's kept it. That alone should make him too scary to draft as your starting kicker. Gano missed a 50-yarder in the preseason opener, while Butker hit a 51-yarder, and both kickers haven't missed since. Carolina could create around $3.2 million in salary cap space by cutting Gano.

    over 1 month ago | RotoBaller


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