Week Four of the NFL season saw the first snapping change, as the Niners released Kyle Nelson following a rough Week Three performance. Taylor Pepper, who snapped for the Dolphins last season, won a tryout battle for the job that also included Andrew DePaola, Garrison Sanborn and Drew Scott. Peppers snapped well in his Niners debut on Sunday Night Football.
The Titans may need to add a snapper this week, as Beau Brinkley was one of the original COVID cases that impacted multiple teammates. The Titans game with the Steelers this week was postponed and, at this time, it is unclear if Brinkley can play this coming Sunday against the Bills.
Just one snapper, Thomas Hennessy (Jets), had a tackle in punt coverage this week. Hennessy’s solo tackle makes him the first snapper with multiple tackles this season.
The NFL Long Snappers Chart after Week Four is below.