Niners to add veteran punter Rouen

Jun 29, 2006 at 9:30 AM--


According to Pro Football Talk, the San Francisco 49ers have agreed to terms with veteran punter Tom Rouen, who recently was released by the Seahawks.

From Pro Football Talk:
Per the source, the Niners will announce the acquisition later today.

Rouen has spent 13 seasons in the NFL, with the Broncos, Steelers, and Seahawks. He punted for two Super Bowl championship teams in Denver. He averaged 41.6 yards per punt in 2005.

The other punters on the team's roster are Andy Lee, who has held the job for the past two seasons, and rookie Tom Malone, who didn't incur much wear and tear while serving as the punter for the USC Trojans.





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