The Ravens' list of possible upgrades at the kicker position might have just shrunk to one.
Three days after the Cardinals signed Jay Feely as their new place kicker, the guy whose job he took, Neil Rackers, has signed with the Texans. That news comes according to ESPN.
That leaves Shayne Graham, the former Bengal, as the one free agent option who would present a clear upgrade over the Ravens' current kicker, Billy Cundiff.
Cundiff is set to return to the Ravens as a restricted free agent.
The Ravens have expressed interest in Graham this offseason, and reportedly met with the 32-year-old at the NFL owners meetings last month. They might look to sign the nine-year veteran and have him compete for the kicking job with Cundiff in training camp.
Graham went 23-of-28 in his field goal tries last season (82.1%), and is a 85.2% career kicker, but he missed both of his attempts in the playoffs last season.
Cundiff, on the other hand, went 18-of-23 last season (78.2%) and is a 73.6% kicker in his career. He made all three of his playoff attempts in 2009.
Here's a link to some additional numbers comparing Graham, Cundiff and Rackers.
Rackers, who the Ravens were also believed to have been interested in, will compete for Houston's kicker job with Kris Brown.
If the Ravens opt not to sign Graham, they will almost certainly add a rookie kicker to battle with Cundiff in training camp.