Monthly Archives: September 2015

Week Three in Review

Week Three of the NFL season is complete and, once again, there have not been any major snapping issues.  The new extra point, however, continues to be unpredictable, with 14 misses through Week Three after just nine being missed all … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles

Week Two in Review

Week Two of the 2015 NFL season is complete and the snapping position remains stable.  The extra point rule change has made the normally automatic extra point a bit less automatic, as nine extra points have been missed so far … Continue reading

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2015 Division One Long Snappers’s exclusive long snapper chart covering each Division One football team is now complete and available for the 2015 season.  The starting punt snapper for each team is listed by conference, along with the snapper’s uniform number, height, weight and class year. The … Continue reading

Posted in College

Week One in Review

Week One of the NFL season is complete and there is some news at the snapping position.  Just days after the Texans gave Jon Weeks a contract extension, the Jaguars did the same with Carson Tinker, who, like Weeks, is now … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles, Transactions

Snapping in the National Media

Long snappers always make for a good story and this week is no different as AP writer Dennis Waszak Jr. published a story today entitled “Oh Snap! Life of an NFL Long Snapper a Pressure-Packed Gig.” The story features interviews with current … Continue reading

Posted in College, NFL, Snapping in the Media

Texans Sign Weeks to Extension

While Saturday’s 53 man roster deadline was quiet for the snapping position, there was some news over the weekend for a potential unrestricted free agent snapper. Jon Weeks, who would have been a free agent after this season, signed a … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Transactions

Ott Waived by Rams; All Second Snappers Gone

Tyler Ott was released by the Rams yesterday.  With that move, each NFL team is left with a single snapper on their roster.  The final roster cuts must be made Sunday to get to the 53 man roster limit.  For … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Transactions