The transgressions? A fight, a shouting match with a coach and a failed drug test.
He's a punter, not a top flight WR. Teams aren't going to put up with his shite. And rightfully so. He wasn't nearly as good as he thinks he is last year.
But as you can see he had a better average his second year.
He had 5 more touchbacks and a few critical 20 yard punts that really fricked the team over. He is in a position that, in the NFL, does not have any room for error.
This post was edited on 7/4 at 4:32 pm