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Yes, the Broncos kicker was that Hauschka

In case you missed it, former Ravens kicker Steve Hauschka was signed by the Denver Broncos on Saturday and kicked against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

Hauschka was replacing Broncos regular kicker Matt Prater, who is dealing with a groin injury.

Against the Cardinals, Hauschka was 2 of 3 in field goals (missing from 40 yards wide right) and made his only extra point.

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Hauschka was let go by the Ravens after Week 10 last season. He went 9 of 13 in field goals but missed a game-winner against the Vikings in Week 6 and in Week 10 against the Cleveland Browns he had an extra point blocked and missed a 36-yarder.

Billy Cundiff was signed to replace Hauschka and he's held on to the job since then.

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Hauschka was trying to replace longtime fan favorite Matt Stover, who was not re-signed before the 2009 season by the Ravens. Stover eventually was signed by the Indianapolis Colts and went on to kick in the Super Bowl for the Colts. He has not signed with any team this season.

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