Long snappers generally do not want much, if any, media attention. Usually, press is not a good thing for a snapper unless it is a story about their lack of notoriety. Client Brett Goode of the Packers and Garrison Sanborn of the Bills were each the subject of positive profiles the last few days in the local newspapers that cover their clubs.
Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal filed this story about Goode and Sal Maiorana of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle wrote this look at Sanborn’s career.
Of particular interest to the Goode story is a side item McGinn compiled that shows how each NFL snapper is paid, along with their age, years of service and current games played.