Monthly Archives: September 2009

Week Three in Review

Week Three is complete and the snapping position remains stable, although Bengals’ snapper Brad St. Louis continues to have issues with his short snapping, most recently with a snap that went over the holder on Sunday.  Three snappers, client Justin … Continue reading

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The UFL and Long Snappers

As a long snapper, there have historically not been many places to play professionally outside of the NFL.  Indoor leagues do not use a traditional snapper, except for a short snapper who is usually a lineman, and the CFL has … Continue reading

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Week Two in Review

Week Two is complete and there were no major snapping issues.  On the tackle front, Brian Jennings of the 49ers had a solo tackle and two assists, while Jon Condo of the Raiders had a solo tackle.  Jennings and Condo … Continue reading

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Week One in Review

Week One of the NFL season is now complete and a number of snappers had great starts in punt coverage.  Joel Dreessen debuted at snapper for the Texans and recorded two solo tackles and an assist, while Don Muhlbach of … Continue reading

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NFL Long Snappers Chart Updated

With the regular season approaching and final cuts made, the NFL Long Snappers page has the latest version of Longsnap.com’s NFL Long Snappers Chart.  The chart is linked below and can always be found on the NFL Long Snappers page … Continue reading

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Cut Down Day Produces New Snappers

NFL rosters were reduced to 53 players today and veteran snapper Joe Zelenka was among the snappers released.  Jeremy Cain, who snapped for the Titans in 2007 after parts of two seasons with the Bears, will replace Zelenka for the … Continue reading

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The Long Snapper On New York Times Best Seller List

Noted author Jeffrey Marx’s latest book, The Long Snapper: A Second Chance, A Super Bowl, A Lesson for Life, about Brian Kinchen’s remarkable journey from NFL retirement to the Super Bowl, will debut on the New York Times  best seller … Continue reading

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