Professional football punter Arryn Siposs, who was born in Australia, is a member of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He is 96 kg in weight and 1.89 m tall. There he attended Hallam High. He played in the Australian Football League before choosing to join the American National Football League (AFL).
He was selected by St Kilda as the 75th overall choice in the 2010 AFL Draft’s TAC Cup after they made him a Dandenong Stingray. In the seventh round of the 2011 AFL season, he made his collegiate debut against Carlton. He was then selected to play against Port Adelaide in round 16 but was later removed from the team due to an emergency. He began to get shin splints as the campaign came to a close.
Siposs was extended a collegiate football scholarship offer by Auburn University in November of that year. In order to transfer from Australian rules to American football, he had also been training at the time with ProKick Australia. Before the 2018 season began, he fought with Aiden Marshall for the starting punter job before being selected as Marshall’s backup.
At the conclusion of the 2020 NFL Draft, Siposs signed with the Detroit Lions as an undrafted free agent. He agreed to a reserve/futures deal with the Philadelphia Eagles in January 2021. On September 12, 2021, against the Atlanta Falcons, he made his NFL debut with the Philadelphia Eagles.
How Good Is Arryn Siposs?
Arryn Siposs is ranked 28th in the league in net yards per punt and 24th in raw yards per punt, according to TruMedia.4
What Happpened To Arryn Siposs?
Arryn Siposs signed with the Philadelphia Eagles following the 2020 NFL Draft.