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The Browns Dumped Billy Cundiff. Here Are the 11 Nicest Farewell Tweets.

The Cleveland Browns waived kicker Billy Cundiff today, signing former Saint Garrett Hartley to take his place. Cundiff has missed 5 kicks in the last 5 games, and after tweaking his knee in practice this week, Coach Mike Pettine apparently decided that it was time to cut ties. Poor Billy. While some blogs might decide to focus on the Internet trolls ripping Cundiff to shreds, I’m...
Via Busted Coverage
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns swap kickers; Team signs Garrett Hartley

The Cleveland Browns have made a kicking change with three games left in the regular season as Billy Cundiff was released to make room for Garrett Hartley. @AdamSchefter: With Billy Cundiff hurt, Browns signed former Saints K Garrett Hartley. Do you follow the NFL Draft? If so follow NFL Draft Diamonds on Twitter and Facebook […] The post Browns swap kickers; Team signs Garrett...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns waive slumping kicker Billy Cundiff

CLEVELAND (AP) The Browns have waived slumping and injured kicker Billy Cundiff. The team announced the move Saturday, a day after Cundiff didn't practice with an unspecified knee injury. Cundiff had missed an attempt in each of the past five games. Cundiff failed on a 40-yard attempt last week in a 25-24 loss to Indianapolis. The Browns host AFC North-leading Cincinnati on Sunday...
Via AP on Fox
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns sign Garrett Hartley, release Billy Cundiff

Getty Images The Browns will have a new kicker for their Week 15 contest against the Bengals. Gone will be Billy Cundiff who has missed a field goal in each of the last five games for the Browns. Cundiff, 34, injured himself in practice on Thursday but a move was already in the works when the Browns held a tryout for four kickers earlier in the week. Cundiff injured his kicking...
Via Tireball.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns Cut K Billy Cundiff & Sign K Garrett Hartley

The Cleveland Browns have waived K Billy Cundiff on Saturday and signed former Saints K Garrett Hartley to a contract. Cundiff was released with an injury settlement after he sprained his knee in practice on Thursday. The Browns hosted free agent kickers for tryouts earlier in the week with Hartley being among this group. Hartley also tried out for the Saints this week. Hartley...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns waive Billy Cundiff, sign Garrett Hartley

It was only a matter of time, but the Cleveland Browns have waived kicker Billy Cundiff. Though converting all 28 of is point after attempts (and having his coach’s support), Cundiff had become as unreliable as quarterback Brian Hoyer, missing five field goals in the team’s last five games. Taking his place will be long-time New Orleans Saints kicker Garrett Hartley. Hartley...
Via Waiting For Next Year
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns kicker Billy Cundiff questionable after injuring self in practice

Getty Images The Browns kicking game has been a mess this season so an injury suffered by Billy Cundiff in practice on Thursday may not be the worst thing. Cundiff, 34, had missed a field goal attempt in each of the last five games and is now listed as questionable for Sunday’s affair with the Bengals. Earlier this week the Browns worked out Garrett Hartley, Zach Hocker and Nate...
Via Tireball.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Chris Tabor discusses Billy Cundiff’s recent struggles

One of the bigger Browns issues that has flown mostly under the radar with the QB change is the Browns’ struggling kicker Billy Cundiff. The media has asked about it and the Browns brass has talked about it, but the wake from the S.S. Manziel is just so big you barely notice. Today, Browns’ long-time special teams coordinator Chris Tabor spoke about Cundiff’s issues. On what...
Via Waiting For Next Year
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns vs. Indianapolis Colts: Behind the Box Score

Brian Hoyer struggled, Billy Cundiff missed a gimme, and the Cleveland Browns defense was world class. Add it all up and it equals a one point win for Indianapolis. Despite two defensive touchdowns and holding the Colt’s high powered offense in check, Cleveland’s offense crippled the team, allowing Andrew Luck enough of a window to complete one of his patented fourth quarter...
Via Waiting For Next Year
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Enjoy it, Cleveland Browns improve to 7-4

You wanted an exciting Cleveland Browns team, one worth watching all the way through Week 17. Strap yourselves in, because you’ve got what you asked for. Billy Cundiff drilled a clutch 37-yard field goal to give the Browns a 26-24 victory over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 12. But Cundiff’s chip shot game-winner wouldn’t have […] The post Enjoy it, Cleveland Browns improve...
Via Browns Beat
24 days ago  |  Discuss
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