Saints lock Wil Lutz up for 5 years
The New Orleans Saints re-signed kicker Wil Lutz to a 5-year contract.
Lutz has been with the Saints since entering the league as an undrafted free agent in 2016. He has gone on to make 87-of-100 field goals (87.0 percent) and 148-of-153 extra points (96.7 percent) while taking complete command of kicking duties in New Orleans. Lutz turns 25 in July.
Lutz made 28-of-30 FGs (93.3%) and 52-of-53 XPs (98.1%) in 2018. He's gone 6-of-8 from 50-plus over the past two seasons.
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