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Packers Boot Punter Ryan in Favor of Former Redskin Frost

The Pack has bounced punter Jon Ryan, and taking his place booting kicks this year is former Redskin and Browns punter Derrick Frost.  Ryan came to the team as an unrestricted free agent back in 2006.  He had an average of 44.5 yards per punt in two years with the team.  Frost, who was a cut victim of the Skins on Saturday, has a career average is 41.1 yards, and his net is 36.4.

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One Response to “Packers Boot Punter Ryan in Favor of Former Redskin Frost”

  1. Chris says:

    WTF are Teddy and McChicken up to now???? Getting rid of Jon Ryan?? Are the truly that stupid?? He saved alot of TD’s because he can actually tackle— I’m talking game changing TD’s on punt returns from opposition.He was the last defense and he fit it well. In fact he tackles better than some of the DB’s we have. Will see if Frost does better,I doubt it.

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