The Jacksonville Jaguars announced they have re-signed kicker Josh Lambo. 

Adam Schefter of ESPN says the contract is a four-year extension. 

Lambo, 28, has appeared in 23 games for the Jaguars. He signed with the team on Oct. 17, 2017 after being with the Chargers for two years. The then-San Diego Chargers signed him as an undrafted rookie on May 12, 2015. 

Lambo set the franchise record for consecutive made field goals at 24 from Nov. 19, 2017, to Nov. 11, 2018.

 "I'm not quite sure it has set in yet," Lambo said. "This whole NFL journey has been a little wild and very unexpected. Now that I’ve gotten to the point where I can sign an extension with this club, it’s really special, and it’s a great day for myself and [my wife] Megan and our dogs and our whole family.”