Last name is pronounced Car-MOAN-ah...Signed by Raiders as non-drafted free agent, May 14, 2012...Waived by Raiders, Aug. 31, 2012...Re-signed by Raiders, April 30, 2013...Went 3-for-4, including 53- and 56- yard FGs and 4-for-5 on PATs in Raiders' 2012 preseason contests...Played one year at Harding after transferring from Central Arkansas...In 2011, averaged 38.3 yards per punt and led team with 76 points as kicker...Made 46-of-49 PAT attempts and was 10-of-13 on field goals...Kicked a 62-yard field goal against East Central...Named first-team All-Great American Conference and second-team All-Super Region 4...Two-time All-Southland Conference selection at Central Arkansas...ranked among UCA's all-time top five in scoring, extra points and field goals...Connected on 9-of-15 field goals and 35-of-38 PATs in 2010...Punted 55 times for a 39.8 yard average...Placed 15 punts inside the 20-yard line...Made 16-of-20 field goals and 37-of-37 PATs in 2009...Hit 13-of-19 field goals and 53-of-57 PATs in 2008...Attended Charleston (Ark.) High School...Two-time all-state selection...Named MVP of the 2005 state championship game...Three-time all-conference honoree and two-time Associated Press Super Team choice...First-team Arkansas Democrat Gazette Super Team selection...Born in Monterrey, Mexico.
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