Today is the final cut down day in the NFL as each team must pare its roster to 53 players. Although there may still be some movement over the next few days, it looks as if two rookie snappers will make NFL regular season debuts next week.
Today, the Niners released veteran Brian Jennings, who was drafted in 2000 and played 208 consecutive regular season games for San Francisco. He issued a press release, noting that he felt he was “honorably discharged.” Rookie Kevin McDermott from UCLA will likely start the season as the new snapper for the Niners, joining Carson Tinker from Alabama with the Jaguars, as the other rookie snapper to make a team
Other snappers that have been waived over the last few days include Brandon Hartson (Bears), Bryce Davis (Bengals) and Andrew DePaola (Buccaneers).