The Cleveland Browns are an American football team headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. They are a member of the American Football Conference North division and compete in the National Football League. They are named after original coach and co-founder Paul Brown.
Best Place Kickers in History
The following players made a mark in the team’s history as far as being an outstanding kicker is concerned.
Louis Roy Groza, also known as “the Toe,” was an All-America Football Conference and National Football League placekicker and offensive lineman for the Cleveland Browns.
Groza held NFL career records for points scored, field goals made, and extra points made when he retired for good in 1968 after 21 seasons in the NFL. In the NFL, he scored 1,349 points with 234 field goals, 641 extra points, and 234 field goals.
Former American football placekicker Philip Drury Dawson. From 1999 until 2012, he was a member of the Cleveland Browns and holds the franchise record for most field goals kicked, passing Hall of Famer Lou Groza in 2010. He was a Texas Longhorns football player in college.
John Matthew Stover is a retired American football placekicker who spent 20 seasons in the National Football League, mostly with the Baltimore Ravens, and has 471 field goals to his credit.
Mark DeWayne Moseley was a placekicker in the National Football League for the Philadelphia Eagles, Houston Oilers, Washington Redskins, and Cleveland Browns.
Moseley scored a total of 1,382 points during his career, making 300 of 457 field-goal attempts (65%), 482 of 512 extra-point attempts (94%), and 300 of 457 field-goal attempts (65%). Four times in his NFL career, he led the league in field goals made.
A former American football placekicker named William Ambrose Cundiff. In 2002, the Dallas Cowboys signed him as an undrafted free agent after he played college football for Drake University.
The Cleveland Browns signed Cundiff on September 26, 2009, when placekicker Phil Dawson was injured.
His field goal stats are around 182.