The Cleveland Browns saw enough from Billy Cundiff to bring him back for an encore.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that the team has agreed to terms with the veteran kicker on a one-year, $1.02 million deal, according to a source involved in the deal.
It's far from a long-term commitment for Cundiff, who punched in 21 of 26 field-goal attempts last season after the Browns picked him up days before their regular-season opener against the Miami Dolphins. The 33-year-old's previous stops include the Washington Redskins, Baltimore Ravens, New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys.
The short-term deal doesn't prohibit Cleveland from bringing in competition, but it does allow the Browns to head into free agency with one less to-do in what promises to be an active offseason along the shores of Lake Erie.