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Cleveland ‘felt like we were at home’

Cody Parkey is back for another season as the placekicker for the Cleveland Browns. He chose to return to Cleveland despite being a free agent with a chance to explore potentially greener pastures elsewhere.

Even with the oft-treacherous kicking conditions inside FirstEnergy Stadium, Parkey prioritized being a Brown.

“My wife and I really enjoyed Cleveland, and we just felt like we were at home,” Parkey told Cleveland Browns Daily recently. “Even with all the craziness of COVID, we just felt like we had a great relationship with guys on the team.”

Being part of a winner doesn’t hurt, either. Like other free agents have noted, the allure of what the Browns are building is an easy selling point.

“It’s really exciting to see what Andrew and the front office is doing,” Parkey said. “It’s a great time to be a Cleveland Brown, that’s for sure.”

Parkey finished his second stint with the Browns by going 19-of-22 on field goals and 43-of-47 on extra points. The latter figure was one of the worst in the NFL, but Parkey had a solid overall showing in his 15 games in 2020. He was also the Browns regular kicker way back in 2016 before bouncing around the league.

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