Monthly Archives: August 2010

Snapping Situation at 75 Man Roster Cut

Today is the day that all NFL rosters must be at 75 players and, as a result, just one team has a snapping competition.  The Redskins released James Dearth, while the Bengals waived rookie Mike Windt leaving Clark Harris as the … Continue reading

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NFL and NCAA Rules Regarding Snappers

In a recent post, I described the enhanced Rule 7, Section 2, Article 2 that takes effect this season in the NFL to better protect snappers on punts and placements.  The NCAA also has Rule 9-1-2-o that prohibits a defensive player from making … Continue reading

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Snapping Update for Week Three of Preseason

The Steelers have just re-signed snapper/linebacker Matt Stewart, who was signed and released a few weeks ago.  It is unclear if the move has anything to do with the health of incumbent snapper Greg Warren.  Snapping competitions also remain in … Continue reading

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Multiple Snapping Changes

There have been a number of snapping developments in the last few hours.  The Ravens have released veteran snapper Matt Katula and that leaves rookie Morgan Cox from Tennessee as the lone snapper.  In addition, Longsnap.com has learned that the … Continue reading

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Gresham Claimed by Seahawks; Updated Snapper Chart

Rookie Clint Gresham, who was waived by the Saints, has been claimed off waivers by the Sehawks and will compete with Matt Overton for the Seahawks snapping job in training camp. Attached is the latest snapper chart updated for training … Continue reading

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