The Kansas City Chiefs have signed kicker Jason Cunningham as an undrafted free agent out of Montana State.
Cunningham is the all-time leading scorer in Montana State football history, a two time All-American and three time All-Big Sky Conference player. Cunningham has been invited to join the Chiefs during their minicamp on May 10.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle has more on Cunningham:
In his four years at Montana State, Cunningham raised the bar to a new level for MSU kickers of the future. He hit 69 field goals and scored an MSU-record 359 points, one of the top-five totals in Big Sky history. In 2010, Cunningham hit 20-24 field goals and scored a program-record 102 points earning first-team All-America honors. Last fall, Cunningham broke his own single-season scoring record by pounding in 113 points, including eight field goals from 45 yards or longer. In his career, Cunningham nailed three field goals from 55 yards.
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