Giants reportedly will sign Randy Bullock as Josh Brown serves suspension

BY foxsports • August 22, 2016

The New York Giants won't have kicker Josh Brown for Week 1 after the league suspended him for violating the personal conduct policy stemming from the NFL's investigation into Brown's arrest in May.

Now it looks like the Giants have settled on a replacement for their Pro Bowl kicker for their season-opening game against the Cowboys. The team reportedly will sign Randy Bullock to a one-year deal.

Bullock was traded by the Texans to the Jets in the middle of the season after spending his first three years in Houston. He played eight games for the Jets, hitting 14 of 17 attempts last year.

Brown hit a league-best 94 percent of his kicks last year, earning his first Pro Bowl nod. The Giants re-signed Brown to a two-year deal in April.