CLEVELAND -- The Browns have reached agreement on a contract with former Pro Bowl kicker Billy Cundiff, who has just a few days to prepare for the season opener.
Cundiff, who previously kicked for Cleveland, auditioned Tuesday for the Browns. The team needed a kicker just four days before playing Miami after terminating veteran Shayne Graham's contract and releasing rookie Brandon Bogotay.
Cundiff made all six field-goal tries for the Browns in 2009, when he filled in for an injured Phil Dawson. Cundiff was cut last month by the New York Jets.
The 33-year-old Cundiff made the Pro Bowl with Baltimore in 2010, but he's best remembered for missing a potential game-tying 32-yard field goal in the closing seconds of the 2012 AFC Championship against New England.
Cundiff has connected on 139 of 184 (75.5 percent) career field-goal attempts.