Baltimore Ravens outside linebacker Courtney Upshaw (91) and cornerback Anthony Levine (41) celebrate as Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Josh Scobee (8) misses afield goal in the fourth quarter of an NFL football game, Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 in Pittsburgh. The
Don Wright
October 03, 2015

PITTSBURGH (AP) Josh Scobee's miserable fourth quarter against the Baltimore Ravens cost him his job.

The Steelers cut the veteran kicker on Saturday, less than 48 hours after a pair of late missed field goals by Scobee helped the Ravens rally for a 23-20 overtime victory.

Pittsburgh replaced Scobee on the roster with Chris Boswell, who has spent time with the Houston Texans and New York Giants but has never kicked in a regular season game.

The Steelers acquired Scobee from Jacksonville on Aug. 31 in exchange for a sixth pick in the 2016 draft following injuries to Shaun Suisham and Garrett Hartley in the preseason. Scobee, the leading scorer in Jacksonville history, made just 6 of 10 field goals and also missed an extra point.

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