Brett Maher

Brett Maher

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In April of 2018, Brett Maher signed a 2 year contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Brett had a very strong preseason showing in which he converted on 4 of his 5 field goal attempts, including one from 57 yards. After his impressive performance, Brett won the starting job over Dan Bailey, who is the second most accurate kicker of all time in NFL History.

Following the 2013 NFL Draft, RSR identified the New York Jets as one of the best opportunities for Brett Maher to win a starting kicking spot in the NFL. By using its relationships with the executives and coaches within the Jets organization, RSR was able to convince the staff that Brett’s leg strength and consistency would be an upgrade to their roster. RSR provided Brett with the opportunity to compete at a rookie mini-camp, which ultimately led to his signing with the Jets. This gave him the chance to compete in the preseason for a starting spot.

RSR has used its contacts across the border to place Brett with multiple Canadian football teams. Brett found a home with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats for the 2016 season, in which he converted on 41 of 50 field goal attempts during the season. He originally signed with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Canadian Football League to handle all of its kicking duties for the 2014 season. This strategic placement allowed Brett to develop as a kicker to aid in his transition back into the NFL. When the Blue Bombers released Brett, he signed soon after with the Ottawa Redblacks.

At the University of Nebraska, Brett earned first-team All Big Ten honors as both a punter and a placekicker. During his two years at Nebraska, Brett was the kicker, punter and kickoff specialist for the Cornhuskers. Prior to this, Brett was the holder for Alex Henery, the former kicker for the Philadelphia Eagles. In 2013, he competed and won the ESPN skills competition for NFL Draft picks in 2013.

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Brett Maher — Dallas Cowboys