Former Georgia Bulldogs kicker Rodrigo Blankenship was cut by the Indianapolis Colts earlier this week after an opening weekend that saw him go 2-for-3 kicking field goals and 2-for-2 in extra points. The problem? The one field goal he missed was the 42-yard game-winner with two minutes to go in overtime. The Colts ended up tying the Houston Texans, 20-20.

Blankenship also shanked two kickoffs out of bounds in the game, giving the Texans great field position to work with.

It was a bad day for Blankenship, without a doubt, but it’s worth noting that the rest of the league seems to think his struggles make him unworthy of a roster spot. After being cut by the Colts, Blankenship had the opportunity to be picked up by another team on the waiver wire.

According to Ian Rapoport, though, nobody was inclined to pick him up:

This is not to say that a kicking gig won’t open up later in the season if someone gets hurt or struggles, but for now, the former UGA kicker is out of a job and officially a free agent.

As a four-year starter at Georgia (2016-2019), Blankenship was 80-of-97 kicking field goals and a perfect 200-of-200 in extra point attempts.

He made 45 of 54 field goals in 22 games with the Colts was 52-of-55 on PATs.