Chris Kluwe has been the centerpiece of a lot of controversy recently (and also not very recently), this time in regards to a lawsuit he may bring forth against the Vikings for quite a few different, but related claims.
At any rate, he was a little more specific on twitter today about the reason he doesn’t have a job punting in the NFL at the moment.
@PAOnTheMic Chicago was a call of the wild, Buffalo was an equal competition that Moorman got because he punted there, it cost me Cincy.
— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) July 17, 2014
He also later tweeted that the Oakland job was a situation where he was evaluated equally to Marquette King, but lost out because of King’s age. The fact that Oakland was the only team to keep two punters on the roster after final cutdowns is actually pretty good evidence of that Raiders argument—they claimed they were willing to listen to trade offers for either punter.