Former New York Giants punter Jeff Feagles has jumped to the New Jersey office of Savills Studley, where he will focus on office and industrial tenant representation.
Feagles, who over 22 seasons in the NFL never missed a game, kicked 1,713 times for the New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks. He won Super Bowl XLII with the 2008 Giants.
Along with being chosen for two Pro Bowls, Feagles owns the record for his 352 consecutive games.
“I used what I’ve done with the NFL, and my discipline and working in a team atmosphere, and used those talents in the business world,” Feagles said.
He joins Savills Studley from Keller Williams Village Square Realty, where he built up the NJ residential firm’s commercial division.
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