Packers trade for Los Angeles Rams punter Corey Bojorquez

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The Green Bay Packers are ending the JK Scott era at punter.

According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the Packers will trade for Los Angeles Rams punter Corey Bojorquez.

The deal gives the Packers a new punter and likely ends Scott’s time in Green Bay after three inconsistent seasons.

While Scott had a 21-yard punt during the preseason, Bojourquez hit a 70-yard punt and averaged 51.9 yards – both net and gross – per punt over seven preseason punts. He put four inside the 20-yard line and had just one returned for zero yards.

According to Pro Football Focus, Bojorquez averaged 4.81 seconds per punt, the best in the NFL.

Scott was a fifth-round draft pick in 2018. He could also power the ball downfield, but his inconsistency, which showed up again this summer, led to the Packers making a change.

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