Graham Gano

Graham Gano Fantasy

Questionable Leg
Height / Weight
6'2" / 202 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 9, 1987 (33)
11th Season
2009 / Rd. / Pk. (BAL)
Florida State

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Graham Gano News

Giants Sign Graham Gano To One-Year Deal

The New York Giants are giving Pro Bowl kicker Graham Gano a one-year deal worth a maximum value of $2.5 million on Wednesday, according to a source. Gano will receive $1 million guaranteed and has incentives worth $250,000. The 33-year-old will be New York's kicker in 2020 after they released Chandler Catanzaro. Gano ended the last two seasons on Injured Reserve, but before that he was a Pro Bowl kicker for the Panthers and has hit 82.1 percent of his field goals in his 10-year career. Fantasy owners would be wise to wait and see how Gano has recovered from his injuries in recent seasons. If healthy, he could become a bye-week replacement in 2020.

Aug. 19th • 5:00 PM
Graham Gano Released By Panthers

Free agent kicker Graham Gano was released by the Carolina Panthers on Thursday. Gano was looking at a competition for the kicking job with Joey Slye, who filled in for him after he missed all of last year. Head coach Matt Rhule said that Gano, who hasn't played a full year since 2017, looked healthy but that his salary figure didn't make sense in a rebuilding year. If the 33-year-old is truly healthy, he could certainly be fantasy-relevant in 2020. In his last full season, Gano made the Pro Bowl and led the league with a 96.7% made field-goal percentage.

Jul. 30th • 2:31 PM
Graham Gano To Compete With Joey Slye

Carolina Panthers kicker Graham Gano, who missed all of last season with a left leg injury, is set to compete with Joey Slye for the job this summer in training camp. Slye filled in last year and made 78.1 percent of his kicks (23rd in the league) and missed four extra points. Gano, 33, is doing well in his rehab and has been kicking and working out at the team's facilities. The kicker also missed the last four games of the 2018 season with a knee injury, which later revealed a fractured femur. He made a career-high 96.7 percent of his field goals in his last full season in 2017, which led the NFL. Gano has two years remaining on his contract and would cost around $3 million in dead salary cap space over 2020 and 2021 if he's released. If fully healthy and effective, Gano should have a leg up on the competition, but stay tuned for training camp updates. Gano has the leg to be a fantasy starter if he can regain his 2017 form.

Jun. 17th • 3:54 PM

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