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 and the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2001, thought his football career was over after spending the last decade snapping for the Calgary Stampeders following a few stints in the NFL.
Chevrier’s excellent career has been revived when he signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders for the final three games of the season. Chevrier is the only active snapper in the CFL that snapped in a regular season NFL game and looks to put an exclamation point on an excellent professional career in Saskatchewan.