CLEVELAND-- All of a sudden, the Browns seemed to be wrapped up in a punting palooza.
After the Browns traded Andy Lee for Kasey Redfern on Monday, Cleveland added Michael Palardy and waived DB Tim Scott on Tuesday.
The Browns now have two punters officially in their first NFL seasons and each of whom signed with a team after going undrafted in 2014.
Palardy, a Ft. Lauderdale, FL native, was signed by the Oakland Raiders out of the University of Tennessee in 2014 and has spent time with the Raiders, Rams, Panthers, Ravens and Colts.
Redfern, a Jamestown, Nouth Carolina native, was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars out of Wofford in 2014 and has spent time with the Jaguars, Chargers and Panthers.
Through three preseason games for each, the numbers are somewhat similar for the two punters, at least in terms of average yardage per kick.
Palardy has punted three times for 137 yards (45.7 average), while Redfern has punted 12 times for 562 yards (46.8 average).
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