Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE
Drew Butler's claim to fame is being the son of former Bears kicker Kevin Butler.
His punting hasn't earned him any further notoriety so far.
The undrafted rookie is the Steelers' punter by default. Jeremy Kapinos, who finished last season as the Steelers' punter, couldn't recover from back surgery in time to give Butler any competition.
Butler was 18th in the NFL during the preseason with an average of 45.9 yards per punt and 26th with a 38.4-yard net average, according to NFL.com.
After failing to get any punts inside the 20-yard line in the first two games of the preseason, Butler pinned the Bills and Panthers inside the 20 three times each in the last two weeks of the preseason.
Four of the five fair catches on his punts came in the final two preseason games.
So Butler seems to be improving even if he's not exactly punting the ball over the moon.
With former punter Daniel Sepulveda only able to play two full seasons in his five years in Pittsburgh, Butler can at the very least bring some stability to the position.