Snapping Update: NFL Combine Edition

The NFL Combine is now underway and could be a prelude to some activity in the veteran snapper market before free agency in mid-March.  Ten snappers will become unrestricted free agents that can sign with any club if not re-signed before free agency.  It would not be a surprise to see many of these snappers sign new deals with their teams in the coming weeks.  The unrestricted free agent snappers are:

Aaron Brewer (Cardinals)

Brett Goode (Packers)

Don Muhlbach (Lions)

Garrison Sanborn (Buccaneers)

Jake McQuaide (Rams)

John Denney (Dolphins)

Jon Condo (Raiders)

LP Ladouceur (Cowboys)

Matt Overton (Jaguars)

Andrew DePaola (Bears)

There are also six snappers that are exclusive rights free agents for which their current team has the exclusive right to retain them by offering a one year contract.  Two potential exclusive rights snappers, Zach Wood (Saints) and Kameron Canaday (Steelers), have already signed new one-year deals.  The remaining exclusive rights snappers are:

Casey Kreiter (Broncos)

Tyler Ott (Seahawks)

Patrick Scales (Bears)

Taybor Pepper (Packers)

Jeff Overbaugh (Vikings)

Luke Rhodes (Colts)

Finally, the last specials teams coaching vacancy has been filled, as the Colts have hired Ray Ventrone.

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