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Bucs waive Aguayo after kicker's latest misses

From ESPN - August 12, 2017

TAMPA, Fla. -- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers waived kicker Roberto Aguayo on Saturday, after his rocky start to the preseason.

Aguayo missed an extra point in the second quarter of a 23-12 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Friday night. He was then brought out late in the fourth quarter on a 47-yard attempt. The ball sailed wide right.

His one made field goal was a 20-yard kick on the Bucs' opening possession.

"Honestly, the extra point felt good. I know I pushed it a little bit, and I felt hopefully it would stay in but it broke right. Unlucky," Aguayo said after the game. "That last one, I was just trying to put a good hit on it. I hit it good. It was starting down the line and it just kept fading.

"Not what I wanted. Obviously not up to the standards that I want. You just have to keep your head up move on to the next day."

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