Bradley Pinion is an American football punter and kickoff specialist for the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Clemson and was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft.
The city of Concord, North Carolina is home to Pinion’s alma mater, Northwest Cabarrus High School. He has made his intentions clear and will play collegiate football for Clemson University.
Pinion participated in collegiate football from 2012 to 2014 at Clemson, when Dabo Swinney served as the head coach.
Pinion was only given the opportunity to play in five games during his first season of college basketball in 2012. His colleague Spencer Benton was given the majority of the responsibilities during that season.
On September 8, he made his first appearance for the college team in a victory over Ball State by a score of 52–27. During the game, he punted three times for a total of 117 yards net (39.0 average).
In all during the 2012 campaign, he had nine punts for 355 net yards, which he recorded (39.4 average).
Bradley Pinion Stats: What Happened To Bradley Pinion?
The Buccaneers gave punter and kickoff specialist Bradley Pinion his release on June 22, 2022. Pinion played football with the Buccaneers.
Why Is Bradley Pinion Out?
Pinion played with hip ailments in 2021, including a damaged hip labrum and hip impingement, and recorded a career-low in yards per punt average (42.5) in 15 games despite playing through the pain.
How Good Is Bradley Pinion?
Bradley Pinion has a Default Stride Awkward Running Style and an Overall Rating of 74. His Power Archetype gives him the Power Running Style.
The line graph depicting his Madden 23 Rating Weekly Movement can be found above, while his Madden 23 Attributes can be found below.