Signed by the Colts as an unrestricted free agent on March 17, 2023.
Re-signed by the Los Angeles Rams as a restricted free agent on April 14, 2022.
Signed to the Los Angeles Rams active roster from the Indianapolis practice squad on November 17, 2020.
Signed to the Colts practice squad on November 7, 2020.
Released from the Indianapolis practice squad on November 6, 2020.
Signed to the Colts practice squad on September 15, 2020.
Waived by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 4, 2020.
Selected by the Buccaneers in the fifth round (145th overall) of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Appeared in all 17 games and converted 28-of-30 field goals (93.3 percent) and 31-of-32 PATs (96.9 percent) for a total of 115 points.
Selected to the Pro Bowl after he appeared in all 17 games and converted 32-of-34 field goals (94.1 percent) and 48-of-49 PATs (98.0 percent) for 144 points. He finished third in the NFL in points scored and sixth in field goals made.
Competed in four postseason contests and converted 8-of-10 field goals (80.0 percent) and 11-of-11 PATs (100 percent). Gay hit a game-winning 30-yard field goal to help the team advance to the NFC Championship. He was a member of Los Angeles' Super Bowl LVI winning team.
Saw action in seven games with the Rams and converted 14-of-16 field goals (87.5 percent) and 16-of-16 PATs (100 percent) for 58 points. Also spent time on Indianapolis' practice squad.
He appeared in two postseason contests and converted 4-of-4 field goals (100 percent) and 4-of-4 PATs (100 percent) for 16 points.
Competed in all 16 games and converted 27-of-35 field goals (77.1 percent) and 43-of-48 PATs (89.6 percent) for a total of 124 points.
Played two seasons at Utah (2017-18) and connected on 56-of-65 field goals (86.2 percent), while also converting 85-of-85 PATs.
In 2018, he earned First Team All-Pac-12 and Third Team All-America honors after he converted 26-of-31 field goals (83.9 percent) and 45-of-45 PATs. He was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza award. Gay set a school record with 21 consecutive field goals made and ranked third in the country in made field goals. His total points scored (123) led the Pac-12.
In his first season at Utah, he earned the Lou Groza Award and the Vlade Award, given annually to the nation's most accurate kicker, after he converted 30-of-34 field goals (88.2 percent) and made all 40 extra points he attempted for a combined 130 points scored. He was also named a First Team All-America selection and a First Team All-Pac-12 selection. His 30 field goals made led the nation, while his 88.2 field goal percentage ranked fifth in the country and led the Pac-12. He also set single-season school records in points scored, field goals made and field goals attempted.
Prior to Utah, he played two seasons of soccer at Utah Valley where he played in 33 games (eight starts) and tallied eight goals and five assists.
Attended Orem (Utah) High School where he played one season of football and earned all-region honors.
Played two seasons of soccer at Utah Valley before joining the football team at Utah.
Also played soccer and was a three-time all-state player.
Participated in the U.S. Soccer National Team Residency.
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