Andrew Paul Lee is an American football punter for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League. In the sixth round of the 2004 National Football League Draft, Lee was selected by the San Francisco 49ers.
In addition, he has previous playing experience with the Cleveland Browns and the Carolina Panthers. Following 2007, 2009, and 2011 seasons, Lee was selected for participation in the Pro Bowl.
Punting is his primary position with the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League at the moment (NFL).
Lee was a standout athlete in three different sports; he earned letters in football, baseball, and basketball. In basketball,
he was named to the All-Conference team twice, and in baseball, he was an integral part of the team that won the district championship and advanced to the state playoffs.
As a pitcher, he had a record of 5-0 as a junior and 8-2 as a senior, earning a spot in the North-South Baseball All-Star Game in both seasons.
At the University of Pittsburgh, Lee’s career totals of 244 punts and 10,353 yards are the two highest in school history.
He is the only player in the history of the Big East Conference to win the honour of Special Teams Player of the Year twice over their career.
Lee was one of the semi-finalists for the Ray Guy Award, which is presented to the best punter in college football.
During his senior year, he was selected to the first All-Big East Conference team and named Co-Special Teams Player of the Year.
Andy Lee’s Contract
Andy Lee has agreed to terms with the Arizona Cardinals that will see him earn an average annual salary of $1,500,000 over the course of a one-year contract that is worth $1,500,000 total.
In the year 2022, Lee will have a base salary of $1,500,000, a cap hit of $1,120,000, and a dead cap value of $750,000. His total earnings will therefore be $1,750,000.
Andy Lee is a professional American football player in the United States who currently plays for the San Francisco 49ers. His current net worth is $5 million.