PRO (34-0/5-0): Signed by the Steelers on December 7, 2010 to replace injured P Daniel Sepulveda…waived by the Indianapolis Colts on November 3, 2010…signed by the Colts on October 25, 2010…signed by the Green Bay Packers on December 3, 2008…released by the New York Jets on June 10, 2008…signed to the Jets’ active roster on December 22, 2007…signed to the Jets’ practice squad on November 27, 2007…released by the Jets on August 2, 2007…originally signed as an undrafted rookie with the Jets in 2007.
2011 (8-0/1-0): 11/5/11: Signed to the Steelers’ active roster to replace injured P Daniel Sepulveda…11/6/11 vs. Baltimore: Had three punts for 100 yards (33.3 avg.), including a long of 41 yards…placed one punt inside the Ravens’ 20-yard line…11/13 at Cincinnati: Had five punts for 252 yards (50.4 avg.), including a long of 57 yards…had three punts of 50+ yards…had one punt downed inside the Bengals’ 20-yard line…11/27 at Kansas City: Had five punts for 211 yards (42.2 avg.), with a long of 52 yards…landed two punts inside the Chiefs’ 20-yard line…12/4 vs. Cincinnati: Averaged 54.2 yards per punt on five punts, including a long of 59 yards…12/8 vs. Cleveland: Averaged 41.3 yards per punt on four punts, including a long of 54 yards…12/19 at San Francisco: Averaged 38.5 yards on four punts…12/24 vs. St. Louis: Averaged 47.8 yards per punt on four punts, including a long of 56 yards…1/1 at Cleveland: Averaged 45.3 yards per punt on four punts, including a long of 49…AFC Wild Card 1/8 at Denver: Averaged 46 yards per punt on four punts, including a career-long (regular season and postseason) 62-yarder.
2010 (5-0/0-0): Punted in one game for the Colts before being released…averaged 44.5 yards on four punts, including a long of 55 yards and two punts placed inside the opponent’s 20-yard line…posted a 37.0 net average for the game…played in the final four regular-season games for the Steelers...had 14 punts for 576 yards (41.1 avg.), with a long of 59 yards…punted in all three postseason contests…had 8 punts for 385 yards (48.1 avg.), with a long of 56 yards…his 51.0 avg. in Super Bowl XLV is a Super Bowl record…12/12 vs. Cincinnati: Signed with the Steelers on December 7, 2010 to replace injured P Daniel Sepulveda…punted in his first game as a Steeler…had five punts for 176 yards (35.2 avg.) with a long of 53 yards…had three punts downed inside the 20-yard line…12/19 vs. New York Jets: Had four punts for 152 yards (38.0 avg.) with a long of 47 yards…12/23 vs. Carolina: Had three punts for 136 yards (45.3 avg.), including a long of 52 yards…had three punts downed inside the Panthers’ 20-yard line…1/2 at Cleveland: Had two punts for 112 yards (56.0 avg.), including a long of 59…AFC Divisional Game 1/15 vs. Baltimore: Punted in his second career postseason game (first game for the Green Bay Packers)…had four punts for 194 yards (48.5 avg.), including a career postseason long of 55 yards…AFC Championship Game 1/23 vs. New York Jets: Had one punt for 38 yards, which was downed inside the Jets’ 20-yard line…Super Bowl XLV 2/6 vs. Green Bay: Had three punts for 153 yards (51.0 avg., which is a single-game Super Bowl record), with a career postseason long of 56 yards.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers faced the Green Bay Packers in Week 2 of the 2015 preseason at Heinz Field
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