It was inevitable that the Cleveland Browns would make a change at kicker, following Zane Gonzalez's meltdown against the New Orleans Saints. After all, the 23-year-old kicker missed two extra points and the chance to send the game into overtime with a 52-yard field goal.
With the Browns desperately trying to get their first victory since the 2016 season, they can't afford to make costly mistakes.
However, it's clear that they're ready to fix their kicking woes. According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, the Browns will sign Greg Joseph, as he'll replace Gonzalez.
Joseph didn't win the job in Miami, but the rookie kicker definitely has potential.
During his time at Florida Atlantic, Joseph made 97.1 percent of his extra points and 69.5 percent of his field goal attempts. It's certainly possible that the former Dolphin could end up solving Cleveland's issues on special teams.
As for Gonzalez, he'll have to recover from a groin injury before he starts his road to redemption.
Now that Cleveland made the switch at kicker, it'll be interesting to see how Joseph handles the spotlight. The Browns will host the Jets on Thursday Night Football.