Pack Signs New Punter Jeremy Kapinos

The Packers have themselves a new punter, as the team has signed Jeremy Kapinos.  He worked out on Tuesday and Wednesday, and won the battle to be the new teams punter over three others.  He will take over for Derrick Frost, who was unimpressive with the Packers and was released.  “That’s what we’re going to ask him to do,” McCarthy said. “When I talk to him, I’m going to tell him exactly what is expected of him. I think we do with everybody that is involved with our football team.”  Kapinos is a pretty big punter by standards, as he comes in at 6-foot-1, 230 pounds.  He punted at Penn State, and also has some game experience in the NFL. Last year as an undrafted rookie with the New York Jets he punted five times in one game as an injury replacement and had a gross average of 41.6 yards and 36.4 yards net.


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