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Former NFL Punter Turned Sports Media Star Pat McAfee Just Took His WWE Career to the Next Level Pat McAfee spent his entire NFL career with the Colts. After entering the league as a seventh-round pick in 2009, he served as the team’s starting punter for 127 games. During that span, McAfee earned two Pro Bowl berths and one first-team All-Pro selection.
The charismatic kicker joined Barstool Sports, where he quickly proved he belonged in the sports media world. However, McAfee departed in 2018 due to concerns about business dealings within the company. That gave him the opportunity to build his own brand. Over the last three years, he has become an increasingly popular figure thanks to his unfiltered approach on The Pat McAfee Show. McAfee just took his WWE career to the next level
A true entertainer with a knack for captivating an audience, McAfee also started to dabble in the WWE world, too. Despite leading the NFL with a 49.3 yards-per-punt average in his age-29 season, he elected to go out on a high note. McAfee retired after playing eight seasons in the league. And it didn’t take him long to find a new gig at which he could excel.
Good morning beautiful people… 🗣🗣 Let’s enjoy this thing
— Pat McAfee (@PatMcAfeeShow) April 16, 2021 TONIGHT a dream comes true. Thank you all so so much for following along with this dumb ass life I’ve been incredibly fortunate to live.. I’m grateful for it all.
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