Draft-Eligible Snappers and the NFL Labor Dispute

One of the potential fallouts of the NFL labor dispute that has not received much attention to date is the fact that, unless a new collective bargaining agreement is reached, there will be no undrafted free agent signings following April’s NFL Draft.  This will have a significant impact on the numerous senior long snapping prospects looking for a chance to play at the next level. 

With snappers rarely drafted in the last few years, signing a free agent contract after the conclusion of the Draft has been the primary way for snappers to secure a shot in the NFL.  Like many Draft-eligible prospects, snappers in particular are hoping the labor issues can be resolved shorty.

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