Week Two of the NFL season is now complete and marked the successful NFL debut of Trent Sieg with the Raiders. Sieg replaced Andrew DePaola, who was placed on injured reserve. Sieg was signed after a workout that included Andrew East, Tanner Carew, Justin Drescher, Jeff Overbaugh and Drew Scott. The Texans also worked out snapper Zach Triner.
John Denney was able to snap for the Dolphins this week. In Week One, Denney missed one snap due to a shoulder injury and rookie tight end Durham Smythe handled that snap. In case Denney could not snap, the team added Lucas Gravelle to the practice squad. Josh Harris of the Falcons, who missed Week One due to injury, was able to return for Week Two. There were some major kicking issues in Week Two games, although none of the problems appeared to be related to snapping.
Thomas Hennessey (Jets) and Beau Brinkley (Titans) each recorded solo tackles in punt coverage.
The NFL Long Snappers Chart after Week Two is below.