PAT MCAFEE RUMORS & GOSSIP
As Colts P Pat McAfee put it: the “Bjoern Supremacy.” Indy’s 1st overall pick (#24), Bjoern Werner.
The 2013 NFL draft probably didn’t dazzle fans of the Indianapolis Colts the way they might have hoped.
It was a “build from the inside-out” philosophy that ruled this draft, as evidenced by the team’s first four picks. First off the board with the 24th overall selecetion...
Punter Pat McAfee signed the one-year, $2.977 million franchise tender issued to him last month by the Indianapolis Colts.
The 2009 seventh-round draft pick is the Colts career leader with a 45.5 gross average. He averaged 48.2 yards per punt in 2012, bettering his previous single-season club record (46.6).
McAfee also handles kickoffs, is the holder for placement kicks and...
The Colts have decided to use their franchise tag on free agent punter Pat McAfee. Last year, the Colts used the franchise tag on defensive end Robert Mathis. This year, they went in a different direction and put the tag on star punter Pat McAfee. McAfee has proven to be one of the better punters in the league, and is extremely valuable on the Colts' special teams. McAfee...
The Indianapolis Colts have given punter Pat McAfee the franchise tag, meaning he will be paid $2.977 million this season if he doesn't reach a long-term contract with the team.
McAfee finished his fourth NFL season ranked fifth in the league in punting with a 47.9-yard average. His 40.3-yard net average was the best of his career.
McAfee also handles kickoffs for Indianapolis...
Via AP on Fox
March 01, 2013
The Indianapolis Colts used the franchise tag on punter Pat McAfee on Friday, per Mike Garafolo of the USA Today.
McAfee was selected by Indy in the seventh round (No. 222 overall) out of West Virginia of the 2009 NFL Draft.
Though it doesn’t happen often, McAfee isn’t the first player at the position to ever receive the franchise tag.
Photo Credit: Matt Bowen/Colts.com
Mike Garafolo reports that the Colts have franchised punter Pat McAfee.
With no obvious candidate for the designation, it makes sense for the Colts to use the tag on a punter as it will cost them a very reasonable $2.97 million for the 2013 season.
McAfee put together a very solid season for the Colts and was rated as the No. 3 best punter in the league by Pro Football Focus.
In 2013 is it possible to be Catfished?
Sure it is, there are still a lot of naive individuals on social media that can be taken advantage by people with fake identities.
Can it happen to one of the most high profile players in college football with the media talking about it constantly, probably not, but we have talked enough about that.’
You can read the Tweets above from Colts...
Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star writes that Colts punter Pat McAfee is a man on a mission:
“I wanted to figure this out and try to become the best who ever did it. I think I’ll be trying to do that for the rest of my career,” he said, snapping off the words now with the solemnity of a vow: “to be the best to ever do it.”
Provided he doesn't lead the team in...
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