Kicker Ryan Succop keeps making field goals, and the Titans are rewarding him for it. The Titans and Succop on Tuesday agreed to a multi-year contract extension that will keep him with the team in 2018 and beyond. He was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent next month. Succop initially joined the Titans in 2014 after playing his first five NFL seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs. During his time in Tennessee, Succop has appeared in every game and made 90 of his 104 field goal attempts, ranking ninth in the league with a success rate of 85.5 percent. Succop ranks 12th among all active players with 913 career points. He has made 209 of his 251 career attempts on field goals, as well as 286 of his 292 career extra point attempts. In 2017, his ninth NFL season, Succop made 35-of-42 field goals, and he set an NFL record by connecting on 56 consecutive successful field goals from inside 50 yards (2014-17). The 35 made field goals was a career-best for Succop, who also scored a career-high 136 points, which tied for the most in franchise history (Al Del Greco, 1998).