The Las Vegas Raiders roster now includes K Dominik Eberle, who the team signed on Sunday.
Eberle, a 6-foot-2, 190-pound kicker out of Utah State was originally signed by the Raiders as an undrafted free agent in 2020. He was cut early in training camp, but was added to the practice squad, where he spent the entire season. He was signed by the club as a Reserve/Future free agent at the conclusion of the season.
A native of Nuremberg, Germany, Eberle played four years at Utah State, appearing in 43 career games and finishing as the most decorated kicker in program history. He set eight school records at Utah State, including points scored (359), points per game (8.34), field goals made (64), PATs (167), PAT attempts (167), PAT percentage (100 percent), consecutive PATs (167) and field goals from 50-plus yards (four).
Kickers to compete for Raiders roster spots
Despite the signing, the Raiders kicker is expected to remain Daniel Carlson, who has been with the team the last three seasons. Eberle is the second kicker the team has added in the past week. On Monday, the team signed punter Corliss Waitman.