Chargers work out pair of kickers

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According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the Chargers worked out kickers Dustin Hopkins and Elliott Fry on Tuesday.

One day after head coach Brandon Staley said he and the coaching staff were confident in Vizcaino, Los Angeles felt it was still in its best interest to check out some options to see if one might be capable of resolving the kicking issues.

Hopkins was recently let go of by Washington after serving as the team’s kicker from 2015. In those six years, Hopkins made 163 of his 194 field goal attempts (84%), with his best season coming in 2018, where he made 26 of his 29 attempts (89.7%), including 4-of-5 from over 50 yards.

Fry, on the other hand, recently spent time on the Falcons’ practice squad. Between his time with Atlanta, the Bears, Ravens, Panthers, and Buccaneers, Fry only had one field goal attempt. According to Yates, he went 9-for-10 in his workout for the Chargers, with his lone miss coming from 64 yards out.

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