Patriots Re-Signing Stephen Gostkowski To Two-Year Contract

The New England Patriots and kicker Stephen Gostkowski have agreed to a two-year deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter and confirmed by Mike Giardi of NFL Network. Sports Bay Area reported on Tuesday that the San Francisco 49ers were showing interest in the veteran free-agent kicker, who spent his first 13 National Football League seasons with the New England Patriots.

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In the 13 seasons since, Gostkowski has converted 367 of 420 field goal attempts in the regular season (87.4 percent) and is 642 of 649 point after attempts.

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Gould and the 49ers have failed to agree to terms on a long-term extension, though, and San Francisco still could rescind its tag on Gould if it wants to add the 35-year-old Gostkowski.

Gostkowski first joined the Patriots in 2006 as a fourth-round pick out of Memphis, taking over the role from Adam Vinatieri. Receive comprehensive coverage of your teams and stream the Celtics easily on your device.

Gostkowski has appeared in six Super Bowls, winning three, with the Patriots.

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