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Former LSU punter Jamie Keehn will receive a contract tryout with the Carolina Panthers during the teams rookie camp in Charlotte this weekend, according to the Charlotte Observer.

Keehn was an accomplished javelin thrower and rower before arriving at LSU in 2012, when Panthers assistant special teams coach Thomas McGaughey was on the Tigers’ staff.

He averaged 42.6 yards per punt over his LSU career, finishing No. 5 on the school’s all-time list in gross average. Of his 184 punts, he had 66 downed inside the 20-yard line and 39 that went 50 yards or longer.
The Panthers currently have two punters on the roster and are looking to replace Brad Nortman, who signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars in March.
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Placebeaux98 months
Yall are being a little too hard on Jamie, he only shanked it when he was kicking from deep out of our own territory.
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33inNC98 months
Please, no. Do not want.
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TheWalrus98 months
He was dealing with a sports hernia last year
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Black n Gold98 months
Hey Jamie, shouldn't you be preparing for your tryout?
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ShlikStyck98 months
that one 70 yrd line driver roller must have made up for all the 25 yrd shanks
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DrSteveBrule98 months
If this doesn't work out, maybe he can take Ray Lewis' spot at ESPN since he knows how to shank
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monsterballads98 months
please please please
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Tingle98 months
He averaged 42.6 yards per punt over his LSU career That seems way too high. Either way, best of luck to him.
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lsusportsman298 months
GOAT punter.
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GaTiger2798 months
^check out this guy
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AlabamasSalaryCap98 months
As a Saints fan, yes please.
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