Patrick Justin McAfee – born May 2, 1987 – is an American football analyst, professional wrestling analyst, stand-up comedian, and retired football punter.
He played eight seasons for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL).
He was a placekicker at West Virginia and was drafted by the Colts in the seventh round of the 2009 NFL Draft.
Since his retirement in February 2017, McAfee has been an analyst in football and professional wrestling.
He guested for Fox Sports’ college and NFL broadcasts in late 2018, before being announced as part of ESPN’s Thursday Night College Football team in July 2019.
He also guested for WWE’s NXT TakeOver events during 2018, before signing a contract in February 2019, where he is being primarily used for live watch-alongs of the companies’ pay-per-views.
McAfee is also a stand-up comedian, and has performed in events around Indiana.
In 2020, Pat served as a sideline reporter of XFL on ABC/ESPN.
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