Cundiff probably wouldn’t be unemployed if he had made a 32-yard field goal late in last season’s AFC Championship game. Cundiff, though, shanked the attempt with 15 seconds remaining as New England secured a 23-20 victory and trip to Super Bowl XLVI. Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh said Cundiff had enjoyed his “best” training camp since joining the Ravens. That still wasn’t good enough to erase the memories of last season’s miss or turn back Justin Tucker’s strong push for a roster spot. An undrafted rookie from the University of Texas, Tucker made all five of his attempts in preseason games, including a 53-yarder in last Thursday’s matchup against Jacksonville. The Baltimore Sun reports that Tucker made 93.2 percent of his attempts (96 of 103) during training camp practices compared to 83.8 percent for Cundiff (88 of 105). - Alex Marvez
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