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    Brian Moorman Worth a Look?

    The Bills released Brian Moorman, a previous pro-bowl punter. The punting game is far from being among the Steelers biggest concerns, but Butler, while generally competent to this point (his shank in Oakland aside), has not shown himself to be an asset.

    Moorman is 36 and certainly does not have a lot of time left, but he may be an upgrade. Below is a link to his stats.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.co...M/MoorBr24.htm

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    No thanks. Have they released Wannstadt as the defensive coord? Then I'll be interested
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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyesq View Post
    The Bills released Brian Moorman, a previous pro-bowl punter. The punting game is far from being among the Steelers biggest concerns, but Butler, while generally competent to this point (his shank in Oakland aside), has not shown himself to be an asset.

    Moorman is 36 and certainly does not have a lot of time left, but he may be an upgrade. Below is a link to his stats.

    http://www.pro-football-reference.co...M/MoorBr24.htm
    Butler is fine.

    He's punted 11 times for 455 yards and put 5 of them inside the 20...that percentage puts him in the top ten NFL punters...

    He shanked one...it happens...

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    No. Butler is very good and can get better. He is our ROY at this point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    No thanks. Have they released Wannstadt as the defensive coord? Then I'll be interested
    The mere thought of Dave Wannstedt once again roaming the Heinz Field sidelines just gave me the heebie jeebies.


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