Monthly Archives: October 2010

Chargers Add Snapper Five

The Chargers fourth snapper, Ethan Albright, lasted two weeks.  Albright has been released and the Chargers have signed rookie Mike Windt, who played for the University of Cincinnati and was in training camp with the Bengals.  Windt will be the … Continue reading

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Week Five in Review

Week Five was a slow week for snapper tackles, as the only one to record a statistic on punt coverage was Garrison Sanborn of the Bills, who recovered a fumble.  The Chargers continue to be plagued by critical special teams problems, including … Continue reading

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Draft Prospect Albritton Injured

Scott Albritton, a long snapper from Colorado State and one of the top long snapping prospects for the upcoming NFL Draft, suffered a likely season-ending knee injury last week.  Albritton will be replaced by redshirt freshman Tanner Hedstrom.

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Dolphins Fire Special Teams Coach

It is very rare for a special teams coach to be fired during the season, but the Dolphins took that unique step by firing John Bonamego and replacing him with his assistant, Darren Rizzi.  The Dolphins had a number of problems with … Continue reading

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Week Four in Review

Week Four is complete and featured a number of snappers contributing tackles on punt coverage.  Jason Kyle of the Saints followed up last week’s fumble recovery with a forced fumble and assisted tackle on the same play.  Chris Massey of … Continue reading

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ESPN Scouts Inc. Snapping Prospects

In a recent post, I highlighted some of NFLDraftScout.com’s top snapping prospects.  Another respected independent group of scouts at ESPN Scouts Inc. have recently published their top NFL prospects for the 2011 Draft and have included eight long snapping prospects. … Continue reading

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