Monthly Archives: October 2011

Week Seven in Review

Week Seven is complete and, like prior weeks, the snapping position remains stable.  Two teams did workout snappers recently, with the Patriots bringing in veteran Chris Massey and the Bengals doing the same with rookie Patrick Scales. Three snappers, John Denney (Dolphins), … Continue reading

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Week Six in Review

Week Six is complete and the snapping position remains stable.  Zak DeOssie, who suffered a concussion last week, was able to snap for the Giants.  If DeOssie was unable to play, reports indicated that Matt Katula would have been signed after … Continue reading

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ESPN’s Page Two Long Snapper Rankings

Thomas Neumann of ESPN’s Page Two just compiled his own ranking of the top ten NFL long snappers.  In what he calls the “inaugural edition of Page 2’s Long Snapper Rankings“, Neumann unique rankings put Ryan Pontbriand of the Browns … Continue reading

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Week Five in Review

Week Five is complete and saw the first significant injury at the snapping position when Zak DeOssie of the Giants suffered a concussion covering a punt.  DeOssie could not finish the game and the Giants were forced to use an … Continue reading

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When begain in 2000, it was published in a traditional web site format.  In April, 2009, adopted a blog format.  About a year ago, for technical reasons, I had to change the way the blog was hosted.  Since … Continue reading

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2011 Division One Long Snappers Chart

Below in pdf format is each Division One long snapper by conference and team as compiled exclusively by  In some cases where the snapping duties were split between two players, only the punt snapper is listed. Special thanks to … Continue reading

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Week Four in Review

Week Four of the NFL season is in the books and the snapping position has remained stable.  Five snappers recorded solo tackles this week, including Lonie Paxton (Broncos), Jeremy Cain (Jaguars), Zak DeOssie (Giants), Mike Windt (Chargers) and Nick Sundberg … Continue reading

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