American football punter Andrew Paul Lee is a member of the National Football League’s Arizona Cardinals at the moment. August 11, 1982, saw the birth of Andrew Paul Lee.
The San Francisco 49ers selected Lee in the sixth round of the 2004 National Football League Draft. He has also played in the past for the Carolina Panthers and the Cleveland Browns.
Lee was chosen for the Pro Bowl after the 2007 season and again in 2009 and 2011. He participated in the National Football League and now punts for the Arizona Cardinals.
Lee excelled in three sports and was awarded letters in football, baseball, and basketball. He was twice named to the All-Conference team in basketball,
He played a key role on the baseball team that won the district title and progressed to the state finals. He earned a position in the North-South Baseball All-Star Game each of those seasons because of his pitching statistics, which included a 5-0 record as a junior and an 8-2 mark as a senior.
The San Francisco 49ers selected Lee in the sixth round of the 2004 National Football League Draft. He punted the ball 96 times in his rookie season as a professional, with a long of 81 yards.
No other 49ers punter has had a greater touchback-to-punt ratio than he does since 1970. The NFL currently holds Lee’s 4,968-yard single-season record for punting set in 2007. With a 41.0 net average,
he ranks second all-time in the NFL behind only Shane Lechler of Oakland, who currently holds the top spot (41.1 in 2007).
Meet Ryan Lee and Madelyn lee
Andy Lee’s Children Andy and his wife have raised two lovely children together. Madelyn, their brand-new baby daughter, sadly passed away shortly after birth.
Madeline was born in January but needed a breathing tube after swallowing fluid during a C-section. She died five days later from an infection.