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On monday rock star NFL punter, Jeff Feagles, took it to the classroom when he met with a group of undergraduate Journalism and Media Studies students at Rutgers University. Feagles came to the University thanks to long time friend and columnist for the Bergen Record, Tara Sullivan, who happened to be teaching the class.
Feagles played in the NFL for 22 years and recently retired in 2009 after 6 seasons with the New York Giants. Feagles started his NFL career as a New England Patriot and remained with them for just his rookie season before leaving New England for Eagles. In his 22 years in the League he played for the New England Patriots (1988-1989) , Philadelphia Eagles (1989-1993), Arizona Cardinals (1994-1997), Seattle Seahawks (1998-2002), and lastly with the New York Giants (2003-2009). Feagles ended his career with stats that set him far apart from any other punter in the game. Through the end of his NFL career in 2009 he held the a 6 records. They included:
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