NASHVILLE – The Titans have designated kicker Caleb Shudak to return to practice from the team's Physically Unable to Perform list.
As a result, Shudak now has a 21-day window to be activated, and he can begin practicing today.
The move comes one day after the team waived kicker Josh Lambo from the roster.
Lambo kicked in the team's game at Green Bay in place of kicker Randy Bullock, who suffered a right calf injury in warmups prior to the team's game vs the Broncos on November 13.
Bullock was among the team's inactives vs the Packers, but he has not been placed on Injured Reserve.
Shudak (5-7, 177), who played in college at Iowa, was signed as an undrafted free after the 2022 NFL Draft. While at Iowa, Shudak went 24-of-28 on his field goal attempts in 2021. He was 7-of-7 from 40-49 yards, and 4-of-6 from 50-plus yards. Shudak had touchbacks on 46 of 65 kickoffs in 2021.
Shudak was impressive in offseason work with the Titans before suffering the injury, which led him to the PUP list. Shudak made 19-of-24 kicks during the open periods of OTA before his injury.
The Titans return to action on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals at Nissan Stadium.