NASHVILLE – Randy Bullock stepped in and stepped up when the Titans needed him in 2021.
Now, he's set to be the team's kicker again in 2022.
The Titans and Bullock have agreed to terms on a new deal.
The veteran kicker, originally signed by the Titans last September following an injury to Sam Ficken, went 26-of-31 on field goal attempts in 2021 while also making 42-of-45 extra point attempts.
Bullock finished the 2021 season with 120 points, which was the second-highest total of his career and the ninth-highest in franchise history.
Bullock also made three game-winning field goals in 2021 (at Seattle, at Indianapolis, vs San Francisco), giving him seven for his career.
Earlier this offseason, the Titans signed long snapper Morgan Cox to a new contract. The new deal for Bullock means the team's three specialists from a year ago – punter Brett Kern, Bullock and Cox – are all set to be back for the 2022 season.
Bullock was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for Week 8 of the 2021 season after he delivered the game-winning field goal from 44 yards out to give the Titans a 34-31 win over the Colts in overtime. He also made a 46-yard field goal in the fourth quarter of that contest.
Bullock (5-9, 210) has kicked in 123 NFL games over 10 seasons since entering the league as an fifth-round selection in the 2012 Draft with the Houston Texans. He played four seasons (2012-15) for Houston and five seasons (2016-20) in Cincinnati, along with stops at the Jets, Giants and Steelers.
Bullock has connected on 194 of 233 field goal attempts (83.3 percent) and 257 of 270 extra points during career.
He earned All-America honors as a senior at Texas A&M.