Monthly Archives: August 2011

Snapping Moves After the First Round of Cuts

NFL rosters have now been reduced to 80 and, as part of the reduction, both rookie and veteran snappers were involved.  Among the biggest moves was the Chargers releasing veteran David Binn, who spent 17 seasons and 256 regular season … Continue reading

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Veteran Snapper Moves

Although the first round of NFL mandated cuts are not required until tomorrow, a couple of veteran snappers have found new teams and will compete for a permanent spot.  Chris Massey, who was recently released by the Rams, has signed … Continue reading

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NFL Snapping Updates

Week Two of the NFL Preseason concludes this evening, but there has already been a significant move at the snapping position in St. Louis today.  Veteran Chris Massey, who has been the Rams snapper since he was drafted in Round … Continue reading

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Snapping Situation after Preseason Week One

Week One of the Preseason is now complete and some recent undrafted free agents are no longer competing at the snapping position.  Some position players with snapping ability have been waived, including Ryan Coulson (Patriots) and Harry Flaherty (Saints, originally reported as … Continue reading

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Preseason Action Begins Tonight

The NFL Preseason starts tonight with five games.  Week 1 concludes Monday with the Jets at the Texans.  Longsnap.com will be updating its NFL Long Snappers Chart after the conclusion of the first week of Preseason action.  In the past … Continue reading

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Veteran Snapper Transactions

With training camps underway, there have been three transactions involving veterans.  Jon Condo, an unrestricted free agent, signed a new deal with the Raiders, while another unrestricted free agent, Greg Warren, has signed a new deal with the Steelers.  Jason … Continue reading

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