BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots are down to two kickers.

On Thursday, the team waived Roberto Aguayo from the roster, ending his brief stint with New England.

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The 27-year-old kicker was a second-round pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2016, but he has no NFL experience beyond his rookie season, when he missed nine field goals and two extra points. He signed with the Patriots’ practice squad in December and participated in minicamp this week in Foxboro.

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The team also waived long snapper Wes Farnsworth. He signed with the team in May and participated in minicamp as well.

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The release of Aguayo leaves the Patriots with veteran Nick Folk and undrafted rookie Quinn Nordin to compete for the starting kicking job in training camp and the preseason. The 36-year-old Folk was 26-for-28 on field goals and 30-for-33 on PATs with the Patriots last year, kicking a pair of game-winning field goals. Nordin was 42-for-58 on field goals and 119-for-124 during his collegiate career at Michigan.

CBSBoston.com Staff