Remember the Todd Sauerbrun era? If you are at least 30 years old then you remember the punter with a booming leg. You might remember the Bears drafted him with a second round pick back in 1995 which is unheard of these days.
Our Andrew Graham from the Carolina Panthers site did a great look back at the ups and downs of Sauerbrun throughout his career and life. Here’s the link...
Punters are in a lot of ways similar to a utility infielder in baseball. Both are essential when it comes to filling out a roster, although neither is a priority when it comes to the master plan laid out when a new general manager assumes the responsibility of running a team. Their roster spots are pliable, attention paid from fans is minimal, and yet no franchise can field a team...
The Carolina Panthers will enter the preseason with their kicker and punter positions both up in the air.
That's an oddity around here.
For the better part of 18 years the Panthers have enjoyed incredible stability with kicker John Kasay and punters Jason Baker and Todd Sauerbrun.
We’re celebrating some of the greatest hits in Denver Broncos history. Today, we remember Todd Sauerbrun‘s big hit and forced fumble against New England.
Be sure to check back tomorrow for Hit No. 12! After the series is over we’ll top it off with one big hitastic video.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have made one of the NFL draft's biggest surprises, selecting Cal punter Bryan Anger in the third round.
He's the highest punter drafted since 1995, when the Chicago Bears chose Todd Sauerbrun in the second round.
Anger averaged more than 44 yards a punt in 2011, and had at least one punt of 50 yards or more in 11 games.
But is he good enough to...
Via AP on Fox
April 27, 2012