Rams working out kickers Wednesday, including Mason Crosby

After cutting Brett Maher on Tuesday, the Los Angeles Rams signed Lucas Havrisik off the Cleveland Browns’ practice squad. However, they’re not done exploring their options at kicker.

According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the Rams are working out a group of kickers on Wednesday, which includes veteran Mason Crosby. It’s unlikely the Rams will sign a second kicker to their active roster, but adding one to the practice squad is certainly an option and potentially the route they’ll go.

It’s unclear which other kickers are working out for the Rams on Wednesday, or how many will be giving it a shot, but it’s good to see the team exploring other candidates.

Maher went just 17-for-23 on field goals this season, missing two on Sunday alone – as well as an extra point attempt just before halftime. Havrisik has never kicked in a regular-season game and was just 34-for-53 in college, so he’s not the most experienced or accurate kicker, either.

The Rams let Matt Gay walk in free agency this offseason and while he’s been a stud in Indianapolis, Sean McVay and Les Snead are still searching for a replacement.

Story originally appeared on Rams Wire