Washington keeps kicker Dustin Hopkins

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Kicker Dustin Hopkins will stick around for a seventh season in Washington.

Hopkins, who was slated to become a free agent on Wednesday, has agreed to a new deal, JP Finlay of NBCSportsWashington.com reports.

Hopkins had a mediocre season in 2020, making 79 percent of his field goals and 94 percent of his extra points, with 83 percent of his kickoffs going for touchbacks.

The 30-year-old Hopkins was originally a sixth-round draft pick of the Bills out of Florida State. He spent 2013 in Buffalo and was out of the league in 2014 but has been in Washington since 2015.

Washington keeps kicker Dustin Hopkins originally appeared on Pro Football Talk