Kansas City Chiefs President Carl Peterson announced on Tuesday that the club has agreed to terms of a two-year contract with free agent K Dave Rayner. As per Chiefs policy, no other terms of the agreement were made available.
Rayner (6-2, 210) has appeared in 30 games over his two-year NFL career with Indianapolis and Green Bay. After serving as a kickoff specialist with the Colts in 2005, he handled all of the placekicking duties for the Packers last season converting 26 of 35 (74.3%) field goal attempts and 31 of 32 extra points. Rayner hit eight of 11 field goals from the 40-49-yard range in 2006 and tied a Packers record with a long of 54 yards at Philadelphia (10/2).
Rayner originally entered the NFL as a sixth-round draft pick of the Indianapolis Colts in 2005. A four-year letterwinner at Michigan State, Rayner converted 62 of 90 (68.9%) career field goal attempts and finished his collegiate career as the school’s all-time leader in points (334), field goals made (62) and extra points (148). A native of Rochester, Michigan he prepped at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan.