Vikings kicker Dan Bailey focused on accuracy after up-and-down season

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Vikings kicker Dan Bailey focused on accuracy after up-and-down season
Vikings kicker Dan Bailey focused on accuracy after up-and-down season

After taking a pay cut following an up-and-down season, Vikings kicker Dan Bailey is determined to bounce back. Bailey entered last season with a career field-goal percentage of 88.2 but made just 21 of 28 kicks (75 percent) in 14 games for Minnesota while earning a pro-rated salary of $1.98 million. After agreeing to terms Tuesday, he signed a one-year, $1 million deal on Friday; he could earn as much as $2 million if he reaches all his incentives. “Obviously, there's a little bit to be desired there on my performance,” said Bailey, who took over in the third game of the 2018 season after rookie Daniel Carlson was waived. “Obviously, I'd like to get that percentage up. But I think, honestly,

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