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Cody Parkey
K #3
Height:
6-0
Weight:
190
Age:
25
College:
Auburn
Hometown:
Jupiter, Fla.
Experience:
4

Quick Stats (2016):

FGA
25
FGM
20
PCT
80
LNG
51
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesOverall FGsOverall FgsPATKickoffs
GGSBlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
TOTAL 0 54 65 55 84.6 82 81 98.8 0 168 63.7 83 79 21.9
2016 CLE 14 0 0 51 25 20 80 21 20 95.2 0 57 61.6 34 19 19.9
2015 PHI 3 0 0 46 4 3 75 7 7 100 0 13 60.9 3 8 21.5
2014 PHI 16 0 0 54 36 32 88.9 54 54 100 0 98 65.3 46 52 22.8

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Biography

Career Transactions: Originally signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent on May 11, 2014…Traded to the Philadelphia Eagles on Aug. 20, 2014…Waived by the Eagles on Sept. 3, 2016…Signed by the Cleveland Browns on Sept. 24, 2016.

Pro Bowl Selections (1): 2014

At a Glance:

Set a franchise scoring record and an NFL rookie scoring record with 150 points while with the Eagles in 2014 on his way to earning Pro Bowl recognition.

Converted 17 consecutive field goals for the Eagles in 2014, the second-longest streak in team history.

Involved with The Lutzie 43 Foundation, established in the memory of Auburn teammate Philip Lutzenkirchen, which aims to develop character in young athletes and coaches through leadership, charity, compassion, mentorship, hard work, honesty and faith.

Seasonal Reviews:

2016: Converted 20 of 25 FGs and 20 of 21 PATs (80 points)...Signed with Browns on Sept. 24 prior to Week 3.

2015: Made 3 of 4 FGs with a long of 46 yards…Placed on injured reserve with a groin injury in Week 4.

2014: Set a franchise scoring record and an NFL rookie scoring record with 150 points on the season…Named to the Pro Bowl, while also setting single-season franchise records with four 50-yard field goals and 46 touchbacks…Also tied a single-season record with a 88.9 percent conversion rate, making 32 of 36 attempts…Streak of 17 consecutive field goals marked the second-longest streak in Eagles history.

College: Played in 46 career games at Auburn, finishing in the top five of every career kicking category in program history…Led the country with 69 touchbacks as a senior in 2013…Added 14 of 19 field goal attempts…Made 11 of 14 field goals and all 27 extra point attempts as a junior…Converted on 13 of 18 field goal attempts and 41 of 42 extra points as a sophomore…Played in seven games as a freshman, mainly handling kickoff duties…Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication.

Personal: Native of Jupiter, Fla…High School: Attended Jupiter High School…Community Involvement: Participated in various breast care awareness initiatives while with the Browns in 2016…Took part in Browns Foundation events that focused on providing clothes and shoes for less fortunate youth, as well as toy drives during the holiday season…Involved with The Lutzie 43 Foundation, established in the memory of Auburn teammate Philip Lutzenkirchen, which aims to develop character in young athletes and coaches through leadership, charity, compassion, mentorship, hard work, honesty and faith…Hobbies/Interests: Enjoys fishing, playing golf and going to the beach in his spare time…Favorite movie is Remember the Titans and favorite TV show is Duck Dynasty.

Career Transactions: Originally signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent on May 11, 2014…Traded to the Philadelphia Eagles on Aug. 20, 2014…Waived by the Eagles on Sept. 3, 2016…Signed by the Cleveland Browns on Sept. 24, 2016.

Pro Bowl Selections (1): 2014

At a Glance:

Set a franchise scoring record and an NFL rookie scoring record with 150 points while with the Eagles in 2014 on his way to earning Pro Bowl recognition.

Converted 17 consecutive field goals for the Eagles in 2014, the second-longest streak in team history.

Involved with The Lutzie 43 Foundation, established in the memory of Auburn teammate Philip Lutzenkirchen, which aims to develop character in young athletes and coaches through leadership, charity, compassion, mentorship, hard work, honesty and faith.

Seasonal Reviews:

2016: Converted 20 of 25 FGs and 20 of 21 PATs (80 points)...Signed with Browns on Sept. 24 prior to Week 3.

2015: Made 3 of 4 FGs with a long of 46 yards…Placed on injured reserve with a groin injury in Week 4.

2014: Set a franchise scoring record and an NFL rookie scoring record with 150 points on the season…Named to the Pro Bowl, while also setting single-season franchise records with four 50-yard field goals and 46 touchbacks…Also tied a single-season record with a 88.9 percent conversion rate, making 32 of 36 attempts…Streak of 17 consecutive field goals marked the second-longest streak in Eagles history.

College: Played in 46 career games at Auburn, finishing in the top five of every career kicking category in program history…Led the country with 69 touchbacks as a senior in 2013…Added 14 of 19 field goal attempts…Made 11 of 14 field goals and all 27 extra point attempts as a junior…Converted on 13 of 18 field goal attempts and 41 of 42 extra points as a sophomore…Played in seven games as a freshman, mainly handling kickoff duties…Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communication.

Personal: Native of Jupiter, Fla…High School: Attended Jupiter High School…Community Involvement: Participated in various breast care awareness initiatives while with the Browns in 2016…Took part in Browns Foundation events that focused on providing clothes and shoes for less fortunate youth, as well as toy drives during the holiday season…Involved with The Lutzie 43 Foundation, established in the memory of Auburn teammate Philip Lutzenkirchen, which aims to develop character in young athletes and coaches through leadership, charity, compassion, mentorship, hard work, honesty and faith…Hobbies/Interests: Enjoys fishing, playing golf and going to the beach in his spare time…Favorite movie is Remember the Titans and favorite TV show is Duck Dynasty.

 

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