Cundiff, Browns Agree To One-Year Deal

Kicker Billy Cundiff will return to Cleveland for another season, having agreed to terms with the Browns on a one-year, $1.02MM contract, according to Adam Schefter of (via Twitter).

Cundiff, who will turn 34 later this month, made all 34 of his extra point tries for Cleveland in 2013, along with 21 of his 26 field goal attempts. While those numbers didn’t put him among the league’s most accurate kickers or top scorers, Cundiff’s production was solid and he performed particularly well on kickoffs, according to Pro Football Focus (subscription required).

We’ve already seen kickers like Graham Gano, Nick Folk, and Dan Bailey sign contracts this offseason that will pay them in excess of $3MM per year, so a salary in the neighborhood of $1MM for Cundiff looks like a good deal for the Browns.

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  1. Sufferfortribe

    I still miss Phil Dawson. Then again, I still miss Don Cockroft.


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