Former NFL Punter and Sports Media Personality
Career Highlights: Pat McAfee is a former All-Pro punter and kickoff specialist for the Indianapolis Colts, and current sports analyst, professional wrestling color commentator, and professional wrestler. Drafted as an All-American out of West Virginia in the 2009 NFL Draft, McAfee played for eight NFL seasons and played in the Super Bowl his rookie year in a loss to the New Orleans Saints. Widely considered one of the best punters in the league, he was a two-time Pro Bowler and also was named First-Team All-Pro in 2014. He played in 127 regular season games averaging 46.4 yards per punt. Since retiring in 2017, he held various football analyst roles with ESPN including Thursday Night primetime games, and as a contributor on “Get Up,” “College GameDay,” and other ESPN shows. McAfee has served in various commentator roles for the WWE, including during 2020 making his WWE NXT in-ring debut after feuding with Adam Cole. He recently moved to WWE SmackDown as a commentator. McAfee is also an entrepreneur and stand-up comedian, and hosts his nationally syndicated “Pat McAfee Show,” of which he recently signed a four-year deal with FanDuel.