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Joseph converted his lone field-goal attempt and all nine extra-point attempts over three postseason games.
The field goal was a chip shot from 30 yards during the loss to the Chiefs in the AFC Championship, as the Titans finished drives throughout their run as the No. 6 seed. It was similar to Joseph's output in two regular-season games with Tennessee, as he made all nine extra points and didn't attempt a field goal. Joseph remains under contract for next season after signing ahead of Week 16, but he'll need a strong offseason to remain the Titans' kicker with Ryan Succop (knee) -- who landed on injured reserve -- still having three years and $11.75 million remaining on his deal.
Joseph made all five of his extra-point attempts in the team's Week 17 win over the Texans.
Joseph has yet to be called upon for a field-goal attempt in two games with the team. However, he has proven steady with the chances he has received by making all nine of his extra-point attempts. Joseph took over for the injured Ryan Succop (knee) in Week 16 and will likely continue in his role throughout Tennessee's playoff run. Joseph signed a three-year deal when he joined the team, so will likely have a chance to be the placekicker in 2020.
Joseph made all four of his extra-point attempts in the team's Week 16 loss to the Saints.
Joseph wasn't tested in particularly difficult fashion as he was not asked to attempt a field goal in his debut with the team. However, he did make all four of his extra-point attempts, eliminating mistakes in the kicking game that had plagued the Titans for much of the season. With Ryan Succop on injured reserve (knee), Joseph is likely to serve as the team's kicker in Week 17 against the Texans.
Joseph is on track to serve as Tennessee's placekicker for the remainder of the season after the team placed Ryan Succop (knee) on injured reserve Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
After being signed off the Panthers' practice squad earlier Wednesday, Joseph is slated to debut with his new team Week 16 against the Saints. Joseph converted 17 of 20 field-goal attempts (85 percent) last season with the Browns, but he made just one kick from 50-plus yards and missed four PATs.
Joseph agreed Wednesday to a contract with the Titans, John Glennon of The Athletic reports.
Poached from Carolina's practice squad, Joseph could get a chance to kick for Tennessee as soon as Week 16. Titans placekicker Ryan Succop has converted just one of six field-goal attempts since the team activated him from injured reserve in early November, seemingly putting his job in jeopardy. However, it isn't entirely clear if Joseph is coming in as kickoff specialist to replace the departed Ryan Santoso or if he's a legitimate threat to Succop's job.
Joseph signed with the Panthers' practice squad Monday, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.
Joey Slye missed a 28-yard field goal and a pair of extra points during Sunday's three-point loss to the Saints, leading the Panthers to explore available options at kicker. Joseph went 17-for-20 on field goals and 25-for-29 on extra points with the Browns in 2018, and he could make his way to the 53-man roster if Slye continues to struggle.
Joseph had a tryout with the Patriots on Tuesday, Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com reports.
The Patriots are testing the waters as new kicker Mike Nugent has missed one field goal and one extra point through two games. Joseph went 17-for-20 on field-goal attempts and 25-for-29 on extra-point attempts for the Browns in 2018, but he was unable to retain his job in the preseason.
Joseph did not play in Thursday's preseason finale against the Lions.
Head coach Freddie Kitchens abandoned his plan to let Joseph handle the kicking chores Thursday in order to get one more look at rookie Austin Seibert, who was a perfect 2-for-2 on field goals and extra points. Kitchens will soon make his decision on the Browns' placekicker for Week 1. Both have struggled at times during the preseason, so one option is to wait and see which kickers become available after roster cuts this weekend.
Joseph made three of five field-goal attempts during Tuesday's practice session, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Joseph missed from 43 and 48 yards, adding more misses to a camp full of them. The pressure is on Joseph this week after Austin Seibert, who executed all the kicks last week, connected on all four attempts in a loss to the Buccaneers. Head coach Freddie Kitchens is expected to grant Joseph all the kicking opportunities Thursday against the Lions, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. The coach was quick to point out that the competition for the placekicking job is not over.
Coach Freddie Kitchens dismissed the idea of bringing in a new kicker Monday despite Joseph and Austin Seibert both struggling in training camp, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Joseph missed two field-goal attempts during Monday's practice and has missed a kick in both of Cleveland's preseason games. The second-year pro, who went undrafted out of Florida Atlantic in 2018, converted 17 of 20 field-goal tries and 24 of 28 extra-point attempts across 14 games with the Browns last year. He's competing for the starting job with Seibert, a rookie fifth-round pick.
Joseph is competing with Austin Seibert for the Browns' placekicking job, ESPN.com reports.
Joseph went undrafted in the 2018 NFL Draft and subsequently lost a kicking competition in Miami. However, he moved on quickly and got picked up by the Browns following Week 2. From there, he converted 17 -f 20 field-goal attempts but just 24 of 29 extra points. Since he was unable to seize the role, Cleveland ended up drafting Oklahoma kicker Austin Seibert in the fifth round of this year's draft. The latter likely has a leg up on the competition given his pedigree and impressive minicamp performance so far, but Joseph is still the incumbent and will have an opportunity to compete for the job.
Joseph missed a field goal while converting all three of his extra points during Sunday's 26-24 finale loss to the Ravens.
Joseph -- who was added to the roster ahead of Week 3 -- showed some promise in his rookie season with the Browns, hitting 17 of 20 field goals and 25 of 29 PATs. Cleveland may be on the prowl this offseason for a kicker with more experience, but it's not unreasonable to assume Joseph will be back with the team in 2019.
Joseph converted two of three extra-point attempts and connected on field goals of 37 and 31 yards during Sunday's 26-18 win over the Bengals.
It was Joseph's fourth missed extra point of the season. He's actually been more accurate kicking field goals, 16 for 18, than extra points, 22 for 26, this season. The rookie ends his season playing the Ravens next Sunday, against whom he connected on two of three targets and missed an extra point in a Week 5 win.
Joseph converted a 40-yard field goal and both of his extra-point attempts during Sunday's 17-16 win over the Broncos.
Joseph hasn't missed a field goal since Oct. 28 against the Steelers, though he's only attempted four since then. While his opportunities have been scarce, he's proved to be a capable kicker in the NFL.
Joseph converted both of his field goals and 2-of-3 extra-point attempts in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Panthers.
For the first time in four games, Joseph attempted a field goal, as opportunities have been hard to come by. He nailed two 40-yard-plus attempts Sunday, though he did end up missing an extra point.
Joseph did not attempt a field goal but made his lone extra-point try in Sunday's 29-13 loss to the Texans.
Joseph did all that was required of him amid a turnover-filled day from the Browns offense. He'll hope he's called upon more in Week 14 versus the skidding Panthers.
Joseph hit all five of his extra-point attempts in Sunday's 35-20 win over the Bengals.
The rookie didn't attempt a field goal for the second straight game, though he does have nine extra points during that span. Joseph is 11-of-13 on field goals since taking over for Zane Gonzalez.
Joseph was 4-for-4 on extra points in Sunday's win over the Falcons.
Joseph was never called on to kick a field goal Sunday, instead simply doing his part on extra points. He's connecting on 85 percent of his field goals this season, including a long of 51 yards. Looking ahead, Joseph and the Browns have a Week 11 bye before taking on the Bengals in Week 12.
Joseph converted a 51-yard field goal during Sunday's 37-21 loss to the Chiefs.
Joseph's only action of the game came when he was called upon to make a career-long 51-yard field goal in the first quarter. The rookie kicker has 39 points through seven games.
Joseph missed one of his three field-goal attempts as well as his lone extra-point try in Sunday's 33-18 loss to the Steelers.
Joseph converted from 34 and 45 yards, but missed wide right from 41 yards on his final field-goal effort. With a missed extra point as well, Joseph is left with 36 points through six games.