Best of the Packers: Top 10 kickers, punters since 1960

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David Beverly, shown on a 1979 Topps football card.

7. David Beverly (1975-80)

The Green Bay Packers signed free-agent punter David Beverly early in the 1975 season and he went on to be the guy in the deep formation for the next six seasons.

Beverly was undrafted out of Auburn in 1974 and signed with the Houston Oilers, who released him two games into the 1975 campaign.

Green Bay picked Beverly up four games into the season and he remained a fixture until 1980. His 106 punts in 1978 still stands as a franchise single-season record.

Beverly only topped 40 yards a kick in one season, averaging 40.4 yards in 1979. In six seasons, he averaged 37.9 yards per punt.

For his seven-year NFL career, his average was 38.1 yards.

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