Week Twelve in Review

Week Twelve of the NFL season is complete and included the regular season debut of snapper Kyle Nelson with the Chargers.  Nelson, who entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with the Saints last year, has bounced around a number of teams the past two seasons in addition to various NFL tryouts this season.  Nelson replaces Mike Windt, who is on injured reserve with a wrist injury.  Nelson had a solid debut in a loss to the Ravens.

On the tackle front, Clark Harris (Bengals), Jeremy Cain (Jaguars), Jake McQuaide (Rams), and Zak DeOssie (Giants) each had solo tackles, while Tanner Purdum (Jets) and Matt Overton (Colts) were credited with assists.

The NFL Long Snappers Chart after Week Twelve is below.

Week Twelve NFL Long Snappers Chart

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