The Bills added a specialist to their offseason roster Tuesday.
Buffalo signed kicker/punter Kaare Vedvik as a reserve/future free agent. The 25-year old, who has kicked and punted in the NFL.
Vedvik (6-3, 207) had a punter workout with the Bills last month.
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The Norwegian born Vedvik began his NFL career as an undrafted rookie with Baltimore in 2018. He was on Minnesota's off-season roster last year, but was cut after losing the kicking competition to Dan Bailey.
He was signed by the Jets to place kick right before the season opened, but missed an extra point and a field goal in a Week 1 loss to the Bills (17-16). Vedvik was later released.
Vedvik was most recently on Cincinnati's practice squad.