Carpenter has spent all five of his NFL seasons with Miami. He's a career 81.9 percent field goal kicker with a long of 60 yards. He went 22-of-27 last season but lost his job to rookie Caleb Sturgis.
He will likely feel that sensation again once Hopkins recovers. Hopkins beat out Rian Lindell for the Bills' job. He was perfect in preseason (6-for-6) but had no attempts of 40 yards or longer.
Carpenter would be the last man on the active 53-man roster. Coach Doug Marrone made no mention of this after Monday's practice. In fact, he said offensive line would be the first place he'd think to go to fill the final roster spot.
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