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 Jeremy Cain, San Francisco has decided to go with Kyle Nelson and Tampa Bay will start the season with Jeremy DePaola, who made the team on his third attempt.
However, the snapping situations in Denver and New England remain in flux. New England has just re-signed Danny Aiken after releasing him at final cuts and signing Charlie Hughlett to the practice squad. Hughlett has now been let go.
In Denver, where Aaron Brewer has been steady, the team recently worked out Kevin McDermott, Luke Ingram and Aiken, before signing McDermott to the practice squad.