The Los Angeles Chargers announced Monday they are releasing kicker Caleb Sturgis.
The Bolts’ beat the Seahawks 25-17 Sunday. However, Sturgis missed an extra point on the first touchdown. After that, the Chargers failed a 2-point conversion attempt.
Sturgis also missed a field goal in Sunday's game, becoming the first kicker in the NFL to miss a PAT and a field goal try in three consecutive games since Jim Breech in 1979.
NBC Sports reports Sturgis missed two games and sat out the bye week with a quad injury.
Rookie kicker Michael Badgley was added to the Chargers active roster.
The Chargers are in the top AFC Wild Card spot with a 6-2 record. Next week they head to Oakland to face the Raiders.