Reserve/Future Signings and Veteran Free Agency

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With the NFL regular season complete and playoffs about to start, it is a good time to look at some early long snapper signings for next season and the current NFL snappers that are about to become free agents.

With respect to contracts signed for 2017, or so-called reserve/future deals, that do not take effect until the new league year starts in March, two teams have signed a snapper for 2017.  The Broncos added Jeff Overbaugh and the Bills signed Reid Ferguson, who spent a number of weeks on the practice squad in Buffalo.  Both were rookies this season.

A total of 11 snappers will have their contracts expire in the off-season.  These snappers  are free to negotiate with any club once veteran free agency begins in March if not re-signed by their clubs before the start of free agency.

The 11 snappers are:

Thomas Gafford (DEN)

Don Muhlbach (DET)

Brett Goode (GB)

John Denney (MIA)

Justin Drescher (NO)

Zak DeOssie (NYG)

Tanner Purdum (NYJ)

Jon Condo (OAK)

Greg Warren (PIT)

Mike Windt (SD)

Nick Sundberg (WAS)

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