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Robert Mathis on the Pat Mcafee Show

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Be warned there is colorful language. The interview starts at 1:05:45

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Yeah, McAfee is pushing to get himself on MNF crew.  I think he would be fun there combined with Booger inside the booth.  Two Colts would be fun as well for us and the first Punter to be on a National broadcast team I believe.   But he may be too controversial and not PC enough for ESPN.  Part of me would hate to see him have to bend the knee to their insane politics.  

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4 hours ago, JPFolks said:

Yeah, McAfee is pushing to get himself on MNF crew.  I think he would be fun there combined with Booger inside the booth.  Two Colts would be fun as well for us and the first Punter to be on a National broadcast team I believe.   But he may be too controversial and not PC enough for ESPN.  Part of me would hate to see him have to bend the knee to their insane politics.  

Paul Maguire was a punter

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A question I would have like to have heard is “did any of the Colts staff ask for his personal evaluation the the pass rushers in the draft?”

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Pat is always entertaining his podcast are hilarious. Louder with Crowder is a close second 

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20 hours ago, jvan1973 said:

Paul Maguire was a punter

Yep, you got me.. I even thought about Paul but mistakenly thought he was a kicker.  Thanks for the correction.  Ironically, Pat might be a modern day version of Paul if I remember him correctly.  

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