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NFL free agency continues to move former G5 stars around the league, this time in the form of a key special teamer.

Former Temple Owls placekicker Brandon McManus has reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the Washington Commanders, per NFL Network's Jason McCourty.

At Temple, McManus became the Owls' all-time leading scorer with 338 points scored 2009-2012. He also holds the school's single-season record for field goal percentage at 82.4. As an Owl, McManus was also the team's punter and averaged 45.4 yards per punt.

McManus spent the first nine years of his NFL career with the Denver Broncos from 2014 through 2022. The Philadelphia native won Super Bowl 50 with Denver. He spent 2023 with the Jacksonville Jaguars on a one-year deal.

Over the course of his decade in the NFL, McManus has made 263 field goals on 321 attempts.