In what will likely be the final two signings of the NFL veteran free agency period, the Bucs recently signed Zach Triner to a new two-year deal and the Falcons added veteran Beau Brinkley. The only remaining unsigned veteran snapper that finished the season on an NFL roster is Matt Overton.
Triner was not tendered a one-year contract as a restricted free agent by Tampa Bay, but did ultimately sign back on a more reasonable deal covering the next two seasons. Brinkley, who signed with the Bears early in the off-season before being waived after Chicago re-signed client Patrick Scales, replaces Josh Harris who signed with the Chargers.
With the NFL Draft at the end of the month, teams will likely fill any remaining snapping needs from the pool of college prospects. As of today, only the Panthers and Steelers have two snappers on the roster.