Pat McAfee just re-signed with the Indianapolis Colts Friday morning, but if they hadn't brought him back as their punter, he had a budding career in media as a great fallback option.
Technically, he already already has one with regular appearances with both local and national radio syndicates and is one of the few men who can stand toe to toe with Colts owner Jim Irsay and match his charisma.
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This week McAfee came to the Yahoo studios to talk football — and a few other interesting topics.
Above, he discusses extra points and the proposed rule of moving them back to be a 43-yard attempt — something McAfee actually seems to be in favor of.
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"Having a 43-yard kick at the end of every touchdown would be awesome exposure for kickers," he said. "I think you're going to see the greats separate themselves from the