Monthly Archives: September 2016

Cardinals Waive Canaday; Sign Brewer

As expected, the first snapping change of the year occurred in Arizona.  The Cardinals  waived rookie Kameron Canaday after a rough three weeks and will sign veteran Aaron Brewer to replace him. Brewer, was in training camp with the Chicago … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Transactions

Week Three in Review

Week Three of the NFL is complete and the Cardinals long snapping situation is front and center again as rookie Kameron Canaday struggled this week.  Although the Cardinals indicated they would stick by him last week, it appears they may … Continue reading

Posted in College, NFL, Tackles

2016 Division One Long Snappers

Longsnap.com’s exclusive college long snapper chart, covering each Division One football team, is below.  The starting punt snapper for each team is listed by conference, along with the snapper’s uniform number, height, weight and class year. The attached chart was compiled during the past few weeks, … Continue reading

Posted in College

Week Two in Review

Week Two in the NFL is in the books and there were no major snapping issues.  The Cardinals have indicated they intend to stick with rookie snapper Kameron Canaday despite struggling in his first two games. Just two snappers, Beau Brinkley … Continue reading

Posted in College, NFL, Tackles

Week One in Review

Week One of the NFL season is complete and, unfortunately, rookie long snapper Kameron Canaday of the Cardinals received the attention no snapper wants.  Canaday, who made his debut on Sunday Night Football, had a poor snap on a last-second … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Snapping in the Media

Snapping Jobs Likely Settled

With two transactions today, it looks like the snapping position is settled for all 32 teams, at least for now.  Client Brett Goode will snap for the Packers after fully recovering from ACL surgery late last season and client Patrick … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Transactions

Snapping Picture Around the NFL

Today is the day for “final” cuts in the NFL.  It is not uncommon for additional moves to happen after today’s roster deadline and that would appear to be the case in Green Bay. The Packers waived Rick Lovato today, … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Transactions, Uncategorized