Marquette King Jr. He played college football at Fort Valley State and was signed by the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent in He has a younger sister named Jasmine. He began punting in high school. As a child, he loved football and wanted to become a wide receiver. King practiced after his football practices at Rutland High School and asked teammates to join. After having his teammates decline his invitation, he decided to try punting during his free time, challenging himself to see how far he could kick. His high school coach soon learned of his ability and named him—in addition to his role as wide receiver—the team's punter.
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Ex-Raiders punter Marquette King trolls Jon Gruden in postgame video
King appeared in four games with the Broncos last season before suffering a groin injury and being released from IR. With the Bills and Dolphins among teams reportedly showing interest, it appears increasingly likely that King will get a chance to earn a role as the season approaches, though he'll need to pass a physical in order to sign anywhere. The year-old veteran led the NFL in punting yards in and has a career average of King indicated his intention is to skip surgery and center his recovery on rest and rehab. The expected length of recovery is about three months. King, who joined the Broncos during the offseason, injured his groin in Monday's loss to the Chiefs.
The Raiders punter and the only black one in the whole NFL does not care about what you think a kicker should be or do. But, you know, the good kind of different. The kind of different that keeps you guessing, makes you want to know more. The different with a personality that demands the room without being demanding.
The Marquette King era in Denver lasted but four games. The Broncos are placing King on injured reserve and are expected to release the punter when healthy. Who else will sit out this week's games? Is this the year the Chargers finally deliver on their potential?