K - NO
Week 7 Outlook
The Saints designated kicker Will Lutz (groin) to return from injured reserve.
Lutz missed the Saints' first five games of the year while recovering from core muscle surgery. He has a 21-day window to officially be activated now.
The Saints placed kicker Will Lutz (groin) on injured reserve.
Lutz recently underwent core muscle surgery and is expected to miss "at least" the first eight weeks of the season. It goes without saying that he can be ignored for fantasy purposes right now. Aldrick Rosas is expected to take Lutz's spot on the active roster.
Mike Triplett of ESPN reports that Saints K Wil Lutz could miss a little time at the start of the season.
Lutz is dealing with an ankle injury. The hope is that it's a short-term injury rather than a long-term one. The Saints are trying out kickers as well.
Wil Lutz will be unavailable to start camp after landing on the NFI list with what GM Mickey Loomis characterized as a soft-tissue injury.
The Saints don’t plan to try out any free agent kickers, which certainly suggests Lutz won’t be out for long. This offseason he restructured his deal saving the Saints $1.74 million in cap space. Last season, the veteran kicker was good on 23 of his 28 kicks. In leagues where kickers are present he remains one of the best to roster.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Saints kicker Wil Lutz restructured his contract to help save the Saints $1.74 million in cap space.
The Saints continued their spree of cap maneuvers on Wednesday by restructuring veteran kicker Wil Lutz. The move saved the Saints $1.74 million in cap space this season. Last season, the veteran kicker nailed 23 of his 28 kicks.