Monthly Archives: September 2014

Week Four in Review

Week Four included an extremely rare event in the NFL.  Although there have been over 14,000 regular season games in the 94 years of the NFL, only twice has there been a game without a punt.  It happened for the … Continue reading

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Week Three in Review

Week Three of the NFL is done and there were some big special teams plays this week, including the Cardinals blocking a field goal attempt by the Niners.  This is a common occurrence, as the Cardinals have blocked an amazing 17 kicks … Continue reading

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2014 Division One Long Snapper Chart

Longsnap.com’s exclusive long snapper chart for each Division One football team is now complete for the 2014 season.  The starting punt snapper for each team is listed by conference and also includes the snapper’s uniform number, height, weight and class year. … Continue reading

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Week Two in Review

Week Two in the NFL is complete and the only personnel move involved Kevin McDermott being released from the Broncos’ practice squad earlier in the week.  Special teams played an important role in games again, as the Patriots blocked a … Continue reading

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Week One in Review

The NFL regular season finally arrived and Week One is complete.  Just one snapper, Andrew DePaola, made his regular season debut for Tampa Bay and even added an assisted tackle in punt coverage.  Special teams usually play a key role … Continue reading

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More Snapping Moves

Just like a long snapper needs consistency, the long snapping position in the NFL has a steady and reliable one.  This year, the position has been anything but stable for at least a few clubs. Chicago has now settled on … Continue reading

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Latest Snapping Moves

The day after final cuts produced some additional snapping moves.  The Bears waived Brandon Hartson and brought back Jeremy Cain, who snapped in two games for the Bears last season.  The Patriots added Charley Hughlett to their practice squad and also worked out … Continue reading

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