Monthly Archives: November 2018

New Book to Assist with the NFL Draft Process

As college football ends its regular season and conference championships this weekend, the inquires I get from NFL Draft prospects and parents as an NFL agent tend to increase dramatically. In an effort to help educate those involved in the … Continue reading

Posted in NFL Draft

Week Twelve in Review

Week Twelve is complete and was, once again, a quiet one at the snapping position.  Matt Overton of the Jaguars suffered a shoulder injury but was able to return to the game. Six snappers had tackles in punt coverage this … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles

Week Eleven in Review

Week Eleven of the NFL season is complete and was another generally uneventful week for snappers.  The only potential injury involved Rick Lovato of the Eagles, who is in the concussion protocol after suffering a head injury late in Sunday’s … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles

Special Teams University All-American Team

With college football’s regular season winding down, all-Conference and all-American teams are starting to be released.  Very few of these include snappers but, to fill that void, Kyle Stelter of Special Teams University announced his all-American team of long snappers … Continue reading

Posted in College, Snapping in the Media

Week Ten In Review

Week Ten is complete and while it was a normal week for snappers, there were some unusual special teams plays.  Five teams (Bills, Cowboys, Raiders, Packers and Dolphins) ran successful punt fakes and there were more missed field goals and … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles, Transactions

Week Nine in Review

Week Nine was a quiet one on the field, but active off it for snappers.  Two pending unrestricted free agents, Josh Harris (Falcons) and Clark Harris (Bengals), signed new deals to avoid free agency.  The Falcons signed its Harris for … Continue reading

Posted in Coaching, NFL, Tackles, Transactions