Veteran free agency for NFL long snappers is almost over and just a few days after it began. Almost every unrestricted free agent snapper has return to their club with Josh Harris, who left Atlanta for a new five-year deal with the Chargers, the notable exception.
Jake McQuaide (Cowboys), client Patrick Scales (Bears), Clark Harris (Bengals), Casey Kreiter (Giants) and Aaron Brewer (Cardinals) all returned to their teams on one-year deals.
With Harris moving to the Chargers, Matt Overton remains one of the few veteran free agents not under contract. Beau Brinkley was waived by Chicago after the Scales signing and is also available.
Another snapper technically on the market is Zach Triner of the Buccaneers. He was not tendered as a restricted free agent but could be back in Tampa Bay soon. Tampa Bay and Atlanta are the only two teams without at least one snapper on the roster.