Pat McAfee Retires From Indianapolis Colts, Will Join Barstool Sports

Indianapolis Colts punter Pat Mc Afee punts during the first half in a NFL football game against the Denver Broncos Sunday Sept. 18 2016 in Denver

Pat McAfee has announced his retirement from football at the age of 29.

McAfee said he didn't know how to officially retire and apparently instead of just asking his agent, he Googled something like "how to retire from the National Football League".

McAfee's announcement came as a part of the Comedy Central "Barstool Rundown" special, which featured a guest appearance by Colts kicker and former Patriot Adam Vinatieri.

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This could have obviously been taken as a joke, but the Colts confirmed the retirement through their Twitter account. Barstool Sports is a fast-growing digital company focused on sports and men's lifestyle - often with a amusing twist. His new gig will involve managing content production for Barstool Sports, a satirical website that will soon be opening a branch in Indianapolis, which apparently helped seal the deal for McAfee.

In the post, McAfee says he met with team owner Jim Irsay for 1 hour, 45 minutes earlier this week, and that although Irsay encouraged him to continue playing, Irsay also was supportive of his decision.

The punter has done stand-up comedy in IN the past couple of offseasons. (It looks as though McAfee wasn't bluffing when he was talking about starting a punter podcast).

McAfee, a pro-bowler in both 2015 and 2016, signed a five-year deal with the Colts in 2014 and was due nearly $6 million over the next two seasons.