Adam Vinatieri agrees to one-year deal with Colts

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The three-time Pro Bowler and three-time first-team All-Pro has continued to be a steady force in the latter portion of his career and made 85.3 percent of his kicks in 2017 for the Colts.

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Adam Vinatieri, the 45-year-old four-time Super Bowl victor and future Hall of Famer, is returning to the Colts on a one-year deal for his 23rd National Football League campaign, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Thursday. Adam Schefter with ESPN and Stephen Holder with our media partners at the IndyStar were the first to confirm the news. For the Patriots, Vinatieri played in all 160 regular-season games from 1996-2005, plus 15 playoff games.

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Adam Vinatieri has re-signed with the Colts for his 13 season in Indianapolis. Since 2013, the four-time Super Bowl champion has made 141-of-156 field goals (90.4 percent), which is nearly six percent better than his 84.5 career average. Two of those misses came in blizzardlike conditions in Buffalo last season. In his five full seasons after turning 40 years old, Vinatieri has successfully kicked 90 percent of his field goals and 97 percent of his extra point attempts. Tom Brady ranks second with 223.

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