Found December 16, 2011 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
After seeing him on TV this week "Q" decided to write a Northwest Athlete Profile on former NFL punter and Colorado Buffalo and North Delta Secondary school athlete Mitch Berger. In 2008 he won a Super Bowl ring for the Steelers and in the big game had 3 punts averaging a legit 46.3 yards per punt. Kudo's for a great career and representing Canada in the NFL.
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