He became the NFL's highest paid punter of 2013 by signing a $18.75 million contract with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013.
He was a two-time All-SEC selection and 2003 All-American selection while punting at the University of Tennessee.
He set a personal record with a season average of 46.8 yards per punt in 2012, the same year he earned his first NFL Pro Bowl selection.
His father Craig and brother Britton have both been punters in the NFL. He has sons named Brinkley and Colston.
He started to be coached by Andy Reid , after the longtime Eagles coach took over the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013.