Colts Punter, Pat McAfee, Has Decided To Retire at The Age of 29

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Pat McAfee is walking away from the Indianapolis Colts at age 29, IndyStar has learned.

The two-time Pro Bowl punter met with team owner Jim Irsay for more than an hour Monday to inform him of the decision.
The people’s punter – and very likely the city’s most popular athlete – is retiring from professional football, effective immediately, to work with Barstool Sports, a popular satirical sports website he says will soon open an office in Downtown Indianapolis. McAfee was due nearly $6 million over the next two seasons on the final years of the five-year, $14.5 million contract he signed with the Colts in 2014.

He will also join Barstool Sports, so his “retirement” isn’t really a retirement.



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