Cody Parkey is getting another chance in the NFL, as the Tennessee Titans signed the embattled kicker on Tuesday.

Of course, Parkey was last seen missing what would have been a game-winning field goal for the Chicago Bears against the Philadelphia Eagles in the Divisional Round of the playoffs, but his kick ricocheted off the uprights before bouncing back on to the field.

Replays showed that the kick was actually blocked, but that didn't stop Bears fans from raining boos upon Parkey as he walked off Soldier Field, and Chicago parted ways with him during the offseason.

But Parkey says he has learned a lot from his experience and feels it will help him in the long term.

“Perseverance,” Parkey said, via the Titans' team website. “Not everything is going to go your way. It’s about how you respond and how you get back to it. Just never stay defeated and just put your best foot forward.”

Prior to last year, Parkey was actually considered a pretty reliable kicker, as he made the Pro Bowl with the Eagles back in 2014, and over the course of his NFL career, he has made 83.9 percent of his field goals, including going 7-of-9 on kicks 50 yards or longer.

Now, the 27-year-old is hoping to recapture his old success.

“I think everything happens for a reason,” Parkey said. “There’s a reason I’m here in Tennessee and looking forward to the game on Sunday. [My confidence is] very high, as high as its been the last five seasons. I’ve had some success in this league, and I plan on continuing to do so.”

The Titans are 2-3 and will take on the Denver Broncos on Sunday.