God I hate that something called Millionaire Matchmaker even exists, and some former fill-in Steelers punter was on it.
Mitch Berger, who stepped into the Steelers punting duties multiple times when Dan Sepulveda couldn't, won a championship with the team against the Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII. I guess that and a career that started in the mid-90s got him to millionaire...
March 13, 2013
Mitch Berger enjoyed a successful NFL career as a special teams standout, spending a majority of his 15-year career as a member of the Minnesota Vikings, serving as not only the punter but handling kickoff duties as well. He enjoyed a semblance of notoriety — insofar as a special teams player can achieve notoriety — for his penchant for routinely chowing down on Snickers bars...
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that former New Orleans Saints punter Mitch Berger's claims against an ex-teammate over a bogus investment deal are covered by an arbitration agreement and can't be resolved in court.
A three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said a clause in a securities brokerage contract Berger signed requires his claims against...
Via AP on Fox
March 23, 2012
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.