The Jacksonville Jaguars are bringing back their most reliable offensive player. One caveat: He’s a kicker. The team announced on Wednesday that it has signed kicker Josh Lambo to a multi-year contract extension. The news was first reported by John Reid of the Florida Times Union.

Lambo, 28, signed his extension alongside some furry friends.

The four-year veteran signed with the San Diego Chargers after going undrafted in 2014 following a three-year stint at Texas A&M. Lambo won the starting spot over veteran Nick Novak in training camp, then went 26-of-32 on field goals during the regular season, including 4-of-5 on attempts of 50 yards or more. He made 26-of-32 kicks the following season, too, but failed to convert on any of his four tries longer than 50 yards.

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Lambo lost the kicking job to rookie Younghoe Koo in training camp the following season, leading to his release from the Chargers. He went unsigned for several weeks, but ultimately landed with the Jaguars on October 17th, 2017, and has been the team’s starting kicker ever since.

Lambo played in the final 10 games of the regular season and three playoff games with Jacksonville in 2017, connecting on 23-of-24 field goal attempts. He was nearly as good last season, going 19-of-21 on field goals and 4-of-5 on kicks over 50 yards.

A soccer player originally, Lambo was drafted by FC Dallas with the eighth overall pick of the 2008 MLB SuperDraft. He was waived by Dallas after failing to appear in an MLS match, ultimately retiring from soccer at the age of 21, at which point his football career began.