Monthly Archives: October 2016

Veteran Chevrier Returns to CFL

Every once in a while there is a great snapping story from up north.  Recently, former NFL snapper and CFL veteran Randy Chevrier made his return to the CFL as a 40-year old.  Chevrier, who was originally drafted by a CFL club … Continue reading

Posted in CFL, NFL

More on the Wagner Long Snapper Leaps

The two instances in which Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner jumped over Arizona long snapper Aaron Brewer continues to be the subject of scrutiny.  Arizona Head Coach Bruce Arians says that a rule permitting a player to jump over the line is “bad … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Snapping in the Media

Week Seven in Review

Week Seven of the NFL was a welcome one for this blog.  While some weeks are quiet for snappers, once in awhile there are weeks like this one in which snappers were involved in a number of key plays. For … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles, Transactions, Uncategorized

Week Six in Review

Week Six is complete and Nolan Frese of the Seahawks rebounded from a poor field goal snap early in the fourth quarter to a much better snap on a late, game-winning field goal attempt versus Atlanta. Zach Wood of SMU, who was defensive … Continue reading

Posted in College, NFL, Tackles

Week Five in Review

Week Five was an uneventful one at the snapping position.  In fact, Charley Hughlett of the Browns was the only snapper to record a tackle in punt coverage with an assisted tackle. There were two tryouts last week as teams continue … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, NFL, Tackles

Week Four in Review

Week Four is complete and brought the first snapping change.  Aaron Brewer snapped for the Cardinals after replacing rookie Kameron Canaday.  Brewer had an uneventful day, which is just the Cardinals were looking for. In addition to a snapping change, … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles