2007
Game 1 vs. Pittsburgh 9/9: Converted 1-1 PAT for 1 point…Also handled kickoffs with 0-2 kickoffs 70-yards or more…Game 2 vs. Cincinnati 9/16: Converted 3-3 FG and 6-6 PAT for 15 points…Moved into fourth place on the Browns all-time scoring list with 685 career points, surpassing K Matt Bahr (677 points)…His 6 PAT matched a career-high…In the 1st quarter, capped a 7-play, 15-yard (2:59) drive with a 39-yard FG to cut the Bengals lead to 7-3…Also in the 1st quarter, nailed a 39-yard FG to cut the Bengals lead to 7-6…In the 4th quarter, capped a 6-play, 69-yard (2:45) drive with a 18-yard FG to open a 51-38 lead…Handled kickoffs with 10 kickoffs and one 70 yards or more…Game 3 at Oakland 9/23: Converted 1-2 FG and 3-3 PAT for 6 points…Had a 40-yard FG attempt blocked as time expired in the 4th quarter…In the 2nd quarter, converted a 23-yard FG to cut the Oakland deficit, 16-10…Also handled kickoffs as 3 of 5 kickoffs were 70 yards or more, including 1 TB…Game 4 vs. Baltimore 9/30: Converted 2-2 FG and 3-3 PAT for 9 points…In the 2nd quarter, capped an 8-play, 49-yard (3:28) drive with a 41-yard FG to open a 17-3 lead…In the 3rd quarter, capped a 9-play, 66-yard (4:37) drive with a 20-yard FG to open a 27-6 lead…Also handled kickoffs with 3-of-6 kickoffs 70 yards or more and 2 TB…Game 5 at New England 10/7: Converted 1-1 FG and 2-2 PAT for 5 points…In the 3rd quarter, capped an 8-play, 56-yard (3:28) drive with a 42-yard FG to cut the lead to 20-3…Also handled kickoffs with 1-of-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 6 vs. Miami 10/14: Converted 2-2 FG and 5-5 PAT for 11 points…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 9-play, 36-yard (5:10) drive with a 40-yard FG to open a 17-3 lead…Also just before the half, capped a 7-play, 70-yard (1:03) drive with a 20-yard FG to open a 27-10 lead…Also handled kickoffs with 2-of-7 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 7 at St. Louis 10/28: Converted 2-2 FG and 3-3 PAT for 9 points…In the 1st quarter, capped a 7-play, 45-yard (2:28) drive with a 35-yard FG to cut the deficit, 14-3…In the 4th quarter, capped a 12-play, 45-yard (7:51) drive with a season-long 45-yard FG to open a 27-20 lead…Handled kickoffs with 2-of-6 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 8 vs. Seattle 11/4: Converted 2-2 FG and 1-2 PAT for 7 points, including the game-winning 25-yard FG for a 33-30 victory…The 25-yard FG at 9:19 of the overtime session was his ninth career game-winning kick…In the 2nd quarter, snapped a string of 55 consecutive PAT made by missing a PAT wide left…In the 2nd quarter, converted a 19-yard FG to cut the deficit, 21-9…Also handled kickoff duties with 1-of-7 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/11: Converted 4-4 PAT and 0-1 FG attempt for 4 points…With 10 seconds remaining in the 4th quarter, attempted a career-long 52-yard FG attempt, which fell short, in an attempt to tie the game…Also handled kickoff duties…Game 10 at Baltimore 11/18: Converted 4-5 FG attempts and 3-3 PAT for 15 points, including a 51-yard game-tying kick at the end of regulation and a 33-yard game-winner for a thrilling 33-30 overtime victory…The game-winning kick was the 10th of his career…In the 1st quarter, converted a 28-yard FG to open a 3-0 lead…In the 2nd quarter, connected on a 39-yard FG to open a 13-7 halftime lead…Trailing 30-27 with :03 left in regulation, converted a 51-yard game-tying field goal to send the game to overtime…Capped a 9-play, 43-yard (5:50) drive with a 33-yard game-winning field goal for a 33-30 (OT) victory…Also handled kickoffs with 1-of-6 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 11 vs. Houston 11/25: Converted 2-2 FG and 3-3 PAT for 9 points…With 9 points moved into third place in franchise history in all-time scoring with 760 total points, surpassing Jim Brown (756)…In the 3rd quarter, capped a 10-play, 64-yard (5:31) drive with a 25-yard FG to open a 17-10 lead…In the 4th quarter, capped a 6-play, 25-yard (2:51) drive with a 27-yard FG to open a 20-10 lead…Handled kickoffs with 1-of-6 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 12 at Arizona 12/2: Converted 2-2 FG and 1-1 PAT for 7 points…In the 1st quarter, capped an 8-play, 64-yard (3:18) drive with a 37-yard FG to cut the deficit, 14-3…In the 4th quarter, capped a 6-play, 49-yard (2:59) drive with a 22-yard FG to cut the deficit, 24-21…Also handled kickoffs with 1-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 13 at N.Y. Jets 12/9: Converted 1-1 FG and 3-3 PAT for 6 points…Established a career-high 104 points and topped the 100-point mark for the fourth time in his career…In the 4th quarter, nailed a 49-yard field goal to cap a 10-play, 36-yard (4:51) drive to open a 17-6 lead…Also handled kickoffs…Game 14 vs. Buffalo 12/16: Converted 2-2 FG for 6 points in an 8-0 win under blizzard-like conditions with wind gusts up to 40 mph and over two inches of snow accumulation…In the 1st quarter, capped a 9-play, 41-yard (4:15) drive with a 35-yard FG to open a 3-0 lead…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 10-play, 62-yard (2:44) drive and nailed a 49-yard FG to open an 8-0 lead…Also handled kickoffs…Game 15 at Cincinnati 12/23: Converted 2-2 PAT for 2 points…Also handled kickoffs…Game 16 vs. San Francisco 12/30: Converted 2-3 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…In the 2nd quarter, capped an 11-play, 57-yard (2:16) drive with a 23-yard FG to open a 17-7 lead…In the 3rd quarter, had a 25-yard field goal blocked…In the 4th quarter, added a 49-yard FG to open a 20-7 lead…Also handled kickoffs with 1-of-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more.

2006
Connected on 21-29 FG and 25-25 PAT for 88 points…Set a franchise record and personal high with 6 FG for 19 points at San Diego on Nov. 5…Had a season-high 51-yard FG at Baltimore on Dec. 17…Made the game-winning 33-yard FG in overtime in a 31-28 win vs. Kansas City on Dec. 3…Game 1 vs. New Orleans 9/10: Converted 2-2 PAT for 2 points…Also handled kickoffs with 2-3 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 2 at Cincinnati 9/17: Converted 1-1 FG and 2-2 PAT for 5 points…In the 1st quarter connected on a 30-yard FG to cut the Bengals lead to 7-3…Handled kickoffs with 2-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Also added a pooch punt for 31 yards…Game 3 vs. Baltimore 9/24: Converted 2-2 PAT for 2 points…Also handled kickoffs (3 touchbacks) with all 3 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 4 at Oakland 10/1: Converted 1-2 FG and 3-3 PAT for 6 points…In the 2nd quarter, missed wide right on a 48-yard attempt…Attained for the miss later in the 2nd quarter by connecting on a 28-yard FG to cap a 7-play, 21-yard (5:08) FG drive…Also handled kickoffs with 3-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 5 at Carolina 10/8: Converted 4-4 FG for 12 points…In the 1st quarter, capped a 12-play, 57-yard (6:19) drive with a 41-yard FG to open a 3-0 lead…In the 3rd quarter, nailed a 47-yard FG to cut the deficit, 17-6…In the 4th quarter, added FGs of 22 yards and 32 yards…Also handled kickoffs with 3-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 6 vs. Denver 10/22: Converted 1-1 PAT for 1 point…Also handled kickoffs with both kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 7 vs. N.Y. Jets 10/29: Converted 2-3 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…In the 1st quarter, capped a 7-play, 30-yard (3:35) drive with a 47-yard FG to tie the game, 3-3…At the end of the 2nd quarter, missed wide left on a 26-yard FG attempt…In the 3rd quarter, connected on a 21-yard FG to open a 20-3 lead…Also handled kickoffs with 1-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 8 at San Diego 11/5: Established a franchise record and personal best six field goals as he converted 6-6 FG and 1-1 PAT for a career-high 19 points…In the 1st quarter, connected on a 37-yard FG to tie the game, 3-3…In the 2nd quarter, converted a 20-yard FG to open a 6-3 lead…In the 2nd quarter, connected on a 42-yard FG, to cut the deficit , 10-9…Late in the 2nd quarter, connected on a 30-yard FG, to open a 12-9 lead…In the 4th quarter, added a 36-yard FG to cut the deficit, 17-15…In the 4th quarter, added a 35-yard FG to cut the deficit, 24-18…Also handled kickoffs, with 3-8 kickoffs 70 yards or more, including 2 onside kickoff attempts…Game 9 at Atlanta 11/12: Converted 1-1 FG and 2-2 PATs for 5 points…In the 4th quarter, capped an 8-play, 52-yard (3:17) scoring drive with a 43-yard FG to open a 17-13 lead…Also handled kickoffs with 1-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Also added 1 special teams tackle…Game 10 vs. Pittsburgh 11/19: Converted 2-3 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…Missed short on a 44-yard attempt in the 1st quarter…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 14-play, 87-yard (8:36) drive with a 23-yard FG to open a 10-0 lead at the half…In the 4th quarter, capped a 10-play, 45-yard (6:03) drive with a 35-yard FG to open a 13-3 lead…Also handled kickoffs with 1-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 11 vs. Cincinnati 11/26: Missed on a 48-yard attempt wide left…Game 12 vs. Kansas City 12/3: Converted the game-winning 33-yard FG in overtime to give the Browns a 31-28 OT win…The game-winning kick was the eighth game-winning kick of his career and the fourth on the final play of a game…Also handled kickoffs with 1-6 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 13 at Pittsburgh 12/7: Converted 1-1 PAT for 1 point…Missed wide left on a 40-yard attempt in the 2nd quarter…Also handled kickoffs with 0-2 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 14 at Baltimore 12/17: Converted 1-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 5 points…In the 1st quarter, capped a 6-play, 43-yard (3:38) drive with a season-long 51-yard FG to open a 3-0 lead…In the 2nd quarter missed wide right on a 47-yard attempt…Also handled kickoffs with 1-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 15 vs. Tampa Bay 12/24: Converted 1-1 PAT for 1 point…In the 2nd quarter had a 31-yard FG attempt blocked…Also added a 27-yard pooch punt in the 1st quarter…Game 16 at Houston 12/31: Converted 2-3 FG for 6 points…In the 1st quarter missed wide right on a 48-yard attempt…At the end of the half, capped a 12-play, 52-yard (6:12) drive with a 43-yard FG to open a 3-0 lead…In the 4th quarter, capped a 9-play, 59-yard (4:50) drive with a 36-yard FG to cut the deficit to 14-6…Also handled kickoffs with 0-2 kickoffs 70 yards or more.

2005
Finished the season with 100 points for the third time in his career on 27-29 FG and 19-21 PAT…Set a new career-high with 27 FG, the highest since Matt Stover’s 29 in 1995…Voted AFC Special Teams Player of the Week after hitting three field goals in a 9-7 win, including the game-winner at Oakland on Dec. 18…Ranks as the second-most accurate kicker in NFL history (135-161 FG and 83.8%) behind the Colts’ K Mike Vanderjagt…Appeared in all 16 games and finished with two 10-point games at Houston on Oct. 30, and vs. Miami on Nov. 20…Game 1 vs. Cincinnati 9/11: Converted 2-2 FG and 1-1 PAT for 7 points…Opened the scoring with a 29-yard FG in the 1st quarter, as he capped a 12-play, 59-yard (6:19) drive to open an early 3-0 lead…Added a 34-yard FG in the 4th quarter…Game 2 at Green Bay 9/18: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-3 PAT for 8 points…In the 2nd quarter, converted a 21-yard FG to cap an 8-play, 19-yard (4:11) drive as the Browns opened a 10-7 lead…Just before the half, extended the Browns lead to 13-7 with a 39-yard FG with 17 second remaining to cap an 11-play, 62-yard (3:23) drive…Had a PAT blocked in the 3rd quarter, which snapped a streak of 45 consecutive PATs made (at Pittsburgh 10/5/03)…Game 3 at Indianapolis 9/25: Converted 2-2 FG for six points…In the 4th quarter, added a 22-yard FG as he topped the 500 point plateau in his NFL career (502 career points)…In the 2nd quarter, capped an 11-play, 53-yard (5:58) drive with a 40-yard FG to cut the lead to 7-3…Added a 40-yard FG in the 4th quarter to cap a 19-play, 86-yard (7:58) drive to cut the lead to 13-6…Game 4 vs. Chicago 10/9: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…Opened the scoring in the 1st quarter with a 19-yard FG…Added a 44-yard FG late in the 2nd quarter, as he capped an eight-play, 36-yard (1:38) drive, to open a 6-3 halftime lead…Game 5 at Baltimore 10/16: Converted 1-1 FG for 3 points…Capped a 13-play, 61-yard (7:23) drive in the 3rd quarter with a 24-yard FG….Game 6 vs. Detroit 10/23: Converted 1-1 FG and 1-1 PAT for 4 points…In the 1st quarter capped a 9-play, 44-yard (5:31) drive with a 30-yard FG…Game 7 at Houston 10/30: Converted 3-3 FG and 1-1 PAT for 10 points…Connected on a 28-yard FG at the end of the 1st quarter to open a 10-7 lead…Added a 29-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to open a 13-7 lead…Converted a 37-yard FG in the 4th quarter to tie the game, 16-16…Game 8 vs. Tennessee 11/6: Converted 2-3 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…In the 3rd quarter, connected on a 37-yard FG to open a 10-7 lead…Added a 19-yard FG in the 4th quarter to extend the lead to 20-7…Missed a 39-yard FG in the 4th quarter, which snapped a streak of 20 consecutive FG made and was his first miss of the season…Played in his 100th career game…Game 9 at Pittsburgh 11/13: Converted 3-3 PAT for 3 points…Game 10 vs. Miami 11/20: Converted 3-3 FG and 1-2 PAT for 10 points…In the 1st quarter, capped a 10-play, 55-yard (5:12) drive with a 23-yard FG to open a 9-0 lead…At the end of the 2nd quarter, added a 40-yard FG to open a 12-0 lead heading into the half…Added a 24-yard FG in the 3rd quarter for a 22-0 lead…Game 11 at Minnesota 11/27: Converted 2-2 FG for 6 points…Connected on a 32-yard FG on the final play of the 2nd quarter…Added a 38-yard FG in the 3rd quarter…Added 1 tackle on special teams…Game 12 vs. Jacksonville 12/4: Converted 2-2 PAT and 0-1 FG for 2 points…Missed wide left on a 34-yard attempt in the 2nd quarter…Game 13 at Cincinnati 12/11: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…Capped a 14-play, 60-yard (8:49) drive in the 3rd quarter with a 41-yard FG to open a 17-13 lead…Tied the game, 20-20, in the 4th quarter with a 29-yard FG…Game 14 at Oakland 12/18: Converted 3-3 FG including the game-winning 37-yard FG as time expired in a 9-7 win…Was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week…The winning kick was his seventh game-winning kick with the Browns and the third winning kick as time expired…Now has 25 FGs made this season to establish a single-season career-high…At the end of the 2nd quarter, nailed a 44-yard FG to cut the deficit to 7-3 at the half…In the 3rd quarter capped an 8-play, 45-yard (2:09) drive with a 24-yard FG to cut the lead to 7-6…Nailed a 37-yard FG as time expired for a 9-7 win…Game 15 vs. Pittsburgh 12/24: Handled kickoffs…Game 16 vs. Baltimore 1/1: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…With 8 points matched a career-high 100 points (2002, 2004) and his 27 FGs made was a career-high and ranks as the second most FG made in a season in franchise history (Matt Stover, 29, 1995)…In the 2nd quarter, capped a 9-play, 66-yard (4:22) drive with a 21-yard FG…Connected on a 39-yard FG at the end of the 1st half to cut the deficit to 13-6.

2004
Connected on 24 of 29 field goals and 28 of 28 PATs for 100 points…Established franchise record 27 consecutive FG made (vs. San Diego 10/19/03 to vs. N.Y. Jets 11/21/04)…Also established a career-high 24 FGs and matched a career-high 100 points…Tied a franchise record with 5 FG and established a career-high 16 points at Houston 1/2/05

Game 1 vs. Baltimore 9/12: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…Connected on a 37-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to cap a 9-play, 25-yard (4:24) drive as the Browns opened a 3-0 lead…In the 4th quarter, converted on a 25-yard FG to cap an 11-play, 85-yard (6:12) drive to open a 13-3 lead…Also handled kickoff duties with 2-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more….Game 2 at Dallas 9/19: Converted 4-4 FG for 12 points to extend his consecutive FG streak to 16 (dating back to last season)…His four FG matched a career-high in FG made and attempted…Capped a 7-play 27-yard (3:35) drive with a 45-yard FG in the 2nd quarter…Added a 27-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to end a 10-play, 61-yard (4:55) drive and cut the Dallas lead to 7-6…Ended the first half with a 49-yard FG to reduce the Dallas lead to 10-9 at the half… Connected on a 22-yard FG in the 4th quarter to cut the Dallas lead to 17-12…Late in the 4th quarter, was successful on an onside kick following a safety, as the onside kick was recovered by Anthony Henry at the Cleveland 38-yard line…Also handled kickoff duties with 3-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 3 at N.Y. Giants 9/26: Converted 1-1 FG and 1-1 PAT for 4 points…In the 3rd quarter capped an 11-play, 38-yard (5:01) drive with a 49-yard FG…The FG extended his league leading consecutive FG made streak to 17…Also handled kickoffs with 2-3 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 4 vs. Washington 10/3: Converted 1-1 FG and 2-2 PAT for 5 points…In the first quarter, connected on a 30-yard FG to cap a 5-play, 41-yard (2:32) drive to tie the game, 3-3…The FG extended his league leading consecutive FG made streak to 18…Also handled kickoff duties with 1-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 5 at Pittsburgh 10/10: Converted 3-3 FG and 2-2 PAT for 11 points…His three FG extended his league-leading consecutive FG streak to 21, which also matched a career-high…In the 1st quarter, connected on a 24-yard FG to cap an 8-play, 71-yard (3:50) drive to cut the Pittsburgh lead to 14-10…In the 2nd quarter, added a 34-yard FG to cap a 10-play, 75-yard (5:00) drive to reduce the lead to 24-13…In the 3rd quarter, connected on a 46-yard FG to cap an 8-play, 39-yard (3:44) drive to cut the lead to 34-16…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-6 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 6 vs. Cincinnati 10/17: Converted 2-2 FG and 4-4 PAT for 10 points…Extended his career-high consecutive FG streak to 23, which also tied a franchise record (Matt Stover, 23 consecutive FG, 1994-95) and is also the current longest streak in the NFL…In the 3rd quarter, capped a 7-play, 35-yard drive (3:02) with a 23-yard FG to open a 24-17 lead…Also in the 4th quarter, connected on a 33-yard FG to cap a 10-play, 62-yard (4:40) drive to open a 34-17 lead…Also handled kickoff duties with 3-6 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 7 vs. Philadelphia 10/24: Converted 1-1 FG and 4-4 PAT for 7 points…Established a franchise record with his 24th consecutive FG with a 38-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to cap a 9-play, 54-yard (4:33) scoring drive, which cut the Eagles lead to 14-10…His FG marked a franchise record (Matt Stover, 23 consecutive FG, 1994-95) and is also the current longest streak in the NFL...Also handled kickoff duties with 0-6 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 8 at Baltimore 11/7: Converted 2-2 FG and 1-1 PAT for 7 points…Extended his consecutive FG to 26, which is also the current longest streak in the NFL…Now is 100-119 (84.0%) for his career in FG attempt and ranks second in NFL history in accuracy (only behind Indianapolis K Mike Vanderjagt (87.7%)…In the 1st quarter, connected on a 50-yard FG to open an early 10-3 lead…In the 4th quarter, capped a 14-play, 72 yard (8:23) drive with a 29-yard FG to open a 13-12 lead…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 9 vs. Pittsburgh 11/14: Converted 1-1 FG and 1-1 PAT for 4 points…In the 1st quarter, converted a 31-yard FG to open an early 3-0 lead…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-3 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 10 vs. N.Y. Jets 11/21: Converted 1-1 PAT and 0-2 FG for 1 point…Ended his streak of 27 consecutive FGs in the 2nd quarter by missing wide right on a 42-yard FG attempt…Also missed on a 34-yard FG attempt in the 4th quarter…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-2 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 11 at Cincinnati 11/28: Converted 2-2 FGs and 6-6 PAT for 12 points…The 6 PATs marked a career-high…Connected on a 23-yard FG in the 1st quarter to cap an 8-play, 65-yard (4:53) drive to cut the lead to 14-10…Added a 29-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to reduce the Bengals lead to 14-13…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-9 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 12 vs. New England 12/5: Converted 1-1 PAT for one point…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-3 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 13 at Buffalo 12/12: Converted 1-1 PAT for 1 point…In the 1st quarter, missed WR on a 45-yard FG attempt…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-2 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 14 vs. San Diego 12/19: Missed connecting on a 39-yard FG attempt wide right in the 2nd quarter…Also attempted an onside kick to open the 3rd quarter which was recovered by the Chargers…Game 15 at Miami 12/26: Converted 1-1 PAT for 1 point…In the 3rd quarter, missed on a 43-yard FG attempt as the kick hit the right upright…Also handled kickoff duties with 1-2 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 16 at Houston 1/2: Established a career-high 16 points on 5-5 FG and 1-1 PAT...His 5 FGs also marked a career high and tied a franchise record (5, Matt Stover, 10/29/95 at Cincinnati; Don Cockroft, 10/19/75 at Denver)…In the 1st quarter, connected on a 45-yard FG to open a 3-0 lead…In the 2nd quarter, added a 22-yard FG to cut the Texans lead to 7-6, and added a 29-yard FG at the two-minute warning before the half to open a 9-6 halftime lead…In the 4th quarter added a 45-yard FG and a 22-yard FG for a 22-7 Browns lead…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-7 kickoffs 70 yards or more.

2003
Appeared in 13 games and led the club with 74 points…Converted 18-21 FG, including a long of 52 yards, and 20-21 PAT for 74 points…Connected on both 50-yard attempts and matched a career-high 52-yard FG vs. Oakland on Oct. 12, and a 50-yard FG at Kansas City on Nov. 9…Had a season-high 14 points with 3-3 FG and 5-5 PAT vs. Arizona on Nov. 16…Missed the final three games of the season after being placed on Injured-Reserve with a fractured left arm.

Game 1 vs. Indianapolis 9/7: Converted 2-2 FG for 6 points…Connected on a 19-yard FG in the 1st quarter to cap a 12-play, 76-yard (8:12) drive as the Browns opened a 3-0 lead…Added a 20-yard FG in the 4th quarter to tie the game, 6-6, on an 18-play, 86-yard (9:59) drive…Also handled kickoff duties and was 0-3 70 yards or more…Game 2 at Baltimore 9/14: Converted 2-2 FG and 1-1 PAT for 7 points… Connected on a 44-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to cut the Ravens lead to 10-3…Added a 35-yard FG in the 3rd quarter to cap an 8-play, 62-yard (4:00) drive to reduce the lead to 16-6…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Added 1 special teams tackle…Game 3 at San Francisco 9/21: Was 1-1 PAT for 1 point…Missed a 48-yard FG attempt wide right in the 3rd quarter…Also handled kickoff duties with 1-3 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Game 4 vs. Cincinnati 9/28: Converted 2-2 PAT for 2 points…Missed a 35-yard FG attempt wide right in the 2nd quarter…Also handled kickoff duties with 1-3 kickoffs 70 yards or more...Game 5 at Pittsburgh 10/5: Converted 2-2 FG and 3-4 PAT for 9 points…In the 1st quarter added a 19-yard FG to open a 10-0 lead…Added a 22-yard FG in the 4th quarter for a 33-13 lead…Had a PAT blocked in the 2nd quarter…Also handled kickoff duties with 1-7 kickoffs 70 yards or more...Game 6 vs. Oakland 10/12: Converted 2-2 FG and 1-1 PAT for 7 points…Matched a career-high 52-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to cut the Raiders lead to 7-3…In the 3rd quarter, ran a fake field goal for 14 yards and a first down to the Oakland 5-yard line and on the next play RB William Green ran for a 5-yard TD as the Browns opened a 10-7 lead…Connected on a 32-yard FG late in the 4th quarter to open a 13-7 lead…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more...Game 7 vs. San Diego 10/19: Converted 2-3 FGs and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…In the 1st quarter missed on a 46-yard attempt wide left…In the 2nd quarter connected on a 46-yard FG to cut the Chargers lead to 13-3…In the 3rd quarter hit a 42-yard FG to reduce the deficit to 13-6…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more...Game 8 at New England 10/26: Converted a 29-yard FG late in the 2nd quarter to tie the game, 3-3…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-2 kickoffs 70 yards or more...Game 9 at Kansas City 11/9: Converted 2-2 FG and 2-2 PAT for 8 points…In the 1st quarter connected on a 50-yard FG to open a 3-0 lead…In the 3rd quarter capped a 12-play, 58-yard (6:35) drive with a 22-yard FG to cut the lead to 34-20…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-5 kickoffs 70 yards or more...Game 10 vs. Arizona 11/16: Converted 3-3 FG and 5-5 PAT for 14 points…In the 1st quarter capped an 11-play, 58-yard (5:54) drive with a 34-yard FG to open a 3-0 lead…Connected on a 24-yard FG in the 2nd quarter to open a 13-0 lead…In the 4th quarter added a 29-yard FG for a 44-6 lead…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-9 kickoffs 70 yards or more...Game 11 vs. Pittsburgh 11/23: Converted 2-2 FG for 6 points…In the 1st quarter connected on a 27-yard FG…In the 2nd quarter nailed a 31-yard FG as the Browns opened an early 6-0 lead…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-3 kickoffs 70 yards or more...Game 12 at Seattle 11/30: Converted 1-1 PAT…Handled kickoff duties with 0-2 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Also had one pooch punt for 29 yards in the 1st quarter...Game 13 vs. St. Louis 12/8: Converted 2-2 PATs for 2 points…Also handled kickoff duties with 0-4 kickoffs 70 yards or more…Added 1 special teams tackle…Suffered an arm injury in the first half. Placed on Reserve-Injured with a fractured left arm on Dec. 9, 2003.

2002
In his fourth season with the Browns established a career-high 100 points by converting 22-28 field goals (78.6%) and 34-35 PATs…His 22 FGs matched a career high…Made a career-long 52-yard FG vs. Cincinnati on Sept. 15, and also added a 50-yard FG at Tampa Bay on Oct. 13…Had the second longest consecutive FG streak in franchise history with 21 (10/7/01 to 9/22/02)…Nailed a 33-yard FG in overtime to lift the Browns to a 31-28 win at Tennessee on Sept. 22…Established a career-high 15 points vs. Kansas City on Sept. 8, in the opener with 3-3 PATs and matched a career-high 4 FGs…Had three games of 10 points or more: 15 vs. Kansas City on Sept. 8 (3-3 PAT, 4-4 FG; 10 vs. Houston on Oct. 20 (4-4 PAT, 2-2 FG); and 10 points at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27 (1-1 PAT, 3-3 FG)…Successful onside kicks at Tennessee on Sept. 22, with a 4th quarter kick which led to a Browns TD and sent the game to overtime, and vs. Baltimore on Oct. 6, recovered his own kick in the 4th quarter…Connected on a game-winning 35-yard FG in the 4th quarter at N.Y. Jets on Oct. 27, with 3:30 remaining to give the Browns a 24-21 win…Added 2 FGs and 3 PATs for 9 points in the AFC Wild Card Game at Pittsburgh on Jan. 5.

2001
Had a breakout year by converting 22-25 FGs (88.0%) and 29-30 PAT for 95 points…His 15 consecutive field goals to finish the year was the longest current streak in the NFL at the conclusion of the regular season…Also connected on 19 of his last 20 FGs…His 88.0% mark ranked second in the NFL…Named AFC Special Teams Player-of-the-Week at Jacksonville on Sept. 30, with 3 FGs and 2 PATs for 11 points…Connected on all 4 field goal attempts vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 25, matching a career high and also had a season-high 12 points…Had his PAT streak of 51 consecutive PATs made come to an end vs. the Bengals with a missed PAT in the 2nd quarter, snapping a streak dating back to Nov. 7, 1999 vs. Baltimore…Connected on a 44-yard field goal with 55 seconds remaining in the 4th quarter to give the Browns a 41-38 win at Tennessee on Dec. 30, and finished the day with 2 FGs and 5 PATs for 11 points…Had 10 or more points on four occasions: 11 at Jacksonville on Sept. 30; 12 vs. Cincinnati on Nov. 25; 10 at New England on Dec. 9; and 11 at Tennessee on Dec. 30.

2000
In his second season with the Browns, connected on 14-of-17 field goal attempts and finished with 59 points (17 PATs and 14 FGs)…Was perfect from inside the 39-yard line by converting all 12 FGs…Also connected on 17-of-17 PATs…Finished the year in fine style by converting on his final 8 consecutive FG attempts…Had a season long 45-yard FG at Denver on Oct. 15…Established a season-high 13 points vs. New England on Nov. 12, in a 19-11 win over the Patriots by connecting on 4 FGs (39, 43, 35, 35) and 1 PAT…Also had 11 points vs. Pittsburgh in the Browns’ 23-20 win over the Steelers as he converted 2 PATs and FG attempts of 23, 28 and 29 yards, including the final 2 FGs in the 4th quarter.

1999
Earned the place kicking job in training camp, fending off competition from Chris Boniol and Danny Kight…Totaled 53 points during the 1999 season by converting 23-of-24 PATs and 8-of-12 field goals…Had a season-high 49-yard FG at Baltimore on Sept. 26…Appeared in his first NFL game at Tennessee on Sept. 19, and scored the first points in the Browns’ inaugural season by converting his first NFL field goal attempt on a 41-yard field goal in the 2nd quarter…Scored the Browns’ first rushing TD of the season and in Cleveland Browns Stadium on a 4-yard TD run on a fake field goal attempt vs. Cincinnati on Oct. 10, and also added a 33-yard FG and 2 PATs for 11 points…Converted a 39-yard field goal as time expired to provide the Browns a 16-15 win at Pittsburgh on Nov. 14…Was 3-of-5 from 30-39 yards and 3-of-5 from 40-49 yards.

1998
Claimed off waivers by New England from Oakland on Aug. 21, 1998…Spent the 1998 season on the New England Patriots practice squad.

College Highlights
Four-year letterman at Texas…Earned first-team All-America, All-Big 12 honors following senior season in 1997…Was 9 of 15 from 50+yards over collegiate career, including career-long 53-yarder against Texas Tech as a junior…In 1996 as a junior, first team All-America by Pro Football Weekly, All-Big 12 after leading conference and finishing in the top 10 in the nation with 1.6 field goals per game…Posted 108 points in 12 games for the Longhorns…Hit 19-of-24 field goals…Led the team in scoring in 1995…Earned honorable mention All-America honors as a sophomore…Made four field goals of 50 or more yards, including a 52-yarder in the Sugar Bowl…Named Dallas Morning News’ SWC Offensive Player-of-the-Week following a 50-yard field goal that beat Virginia…Tied Texas record for consecutive PATs made with 54…Scored 80 points as a redshirt freshman in 1994…SWC’s top kicker and the nation’s top freshman kick scorer…Redshirted in 1993…Also named Academic All-Southwest Conference in 1994-95 and All-Academic Big 12 in 1996-97.

Personal
Born in West Palm Beach, Fla.…Attended Lake Highlands High School in Dallas, Texas…Earned a B.A. in political science…Ranked top place kicker in Texas as a senior…Named to the University of Texas All-Century Team…All-America and Southwest Region Offensive Player-of-the-Year by SuperPrep…Hit 18-of-24 field goals as a senior…Also started at tackle…Makes his year-round home in Westlake, Ohio, with his wife, Shannon, and sons, Dru (4/13/01) and Beau (4/28/03), and daughter Sophiann (6/23/06)…Very involved in Cleveland community by dedicating his time visiting children at various hospitals, including the Cleveland Clinic Foundation Children’s Hospital, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital and University Hospital.