Monthly Archives: March 2015

Gresham Back with Seahawks

The only snapper signing of the past week involved client Clint Gresham, who re-signed with the Seahawks for three more years.  With the signing of Gresham, who was an unrestricted free agent, just three veteran free agent long snappers remain on … Continue reading

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Extra Points Safe…For Now

The NFL League Meetings are taking place this week in Arizona and marks the time when  possible rule changes are considered.  The extra point remains a key focus of proposed changes but will remain as is, at least for now. There … Continue reading

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Three New Long Snapper Signings

With free agency well into its second week, veteran snapper signings have continued.  Morgan Cox reached a one-year deal to stay with the Ravens, while former Chiefs snapper Thomas Gafford signed a one-year deal with the Bears. Gafford is one of the rare … Continue reading

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Two More Snapper Signings

In the last few days, there have been two new long snapper signings.  The Jets brought back veteran Tanner Purdum on a two-year deal, while the Chiefs added street free agent James Winchester. Winchester has prior experience with the Eagles and is … Continue reading

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More Snapper Signings in Free Agency

For as long as I have been following the long snapping position over the last 20 years or so, I cannot recall a snapper changing teams in free agency.  Most teams simply retain their existing snapper if they are still performing at high level … Continue reading

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Brinkley Signs New Deal with Titans

The fourth and final restricted free agent snapper, Beau Brinkley of the Titans, has signed a new five year contract to stay in Tennessee.  Yesterday, I reported on the other three deals and initially forgot to mention that Brinkley was the … Continue reading

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Restricted Free Agent Snappers Extended

There were four NFL long snappers scheduled to become restricted free agents next week.  Restricted free agents have three years of NFL service and their current teams must offer them a one year contract at a designated monetary amount to secure the … Continue reading

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