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Parkey made one of two field goals to close out the 2016 season against the Steelers on Sunday.
As of now, Parkey figures to be Cleveland's kicker in 2017. The team waived injured kicker Patrick Murray on Dec. 22, and after a rough start, Parkey settled down and proved he's capable of being an NFL kicker. He made 20 of 25 field goals and missed just one extra point.
Parkey made both of his field-goal attempts during Saturday's win over the Chargers. He also converted both of his extra points.
Parkey has converted his last nine field-goal attempts, as he's been able to move on from his rough Browns' debut. The team waived Patrick Murray last week, presumably leaving Parkey as Cleveland's kicker going forward.
Parkey nailed both of his field-goal attempts Sunday versus the Bills.
After a rough start to the season, Parkey hasn't missed a field goal since Nov. 6, although his opportunities are few and far between to put much merit into that. The 24-year-old is 17 for 21 on the year.
Parkey knocked in his only field-goal attempt against the Bengals on Sunday.
Parkey hit a 30-yard field goal and a PAT for his only points of the day, as his use continues to be limited due to Cleveland's inept offense. The 24-year-old has converted just 15 field goals this season, the fewest amount of any kicker with at least 19 attempts.
Parkey made both of his field-goal attempts during Sunday's tilt with the Giants.
Parkey made two field goals in a game for the first time since Week 6 and was able to knock in his only PAT attempt after missing one a week ago.
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