Chiefs Win Super Bowl; A Look at Veteran Free Agency

Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs and long snapper James Winchester on yesterday’s Super Bowl win which officially ended the current NFL season.

However, there is no off-season in the NFL, as attention will turn to the NFL Combine, veteran free agency and the NFL Draft. Alex Ward is the only long snapper invited to the Combine.

With respect to veteran free agency, the snapping position features a large class of free agents. While some may sign new deals before the start of free agency on March 15th, a total of 16 snappers are unrestricted free agents and can sign with any club if not re-signed.

Two other snappers are restricted free agents that have limited ability to move if offered a one-year deal and four others are exclusive rights free agents which means their teams retain their rights if they are offered a one-year contract.

The snappers in each category are below and will be updated as new deals are announced.


Aaron Brewer (Cardinals)

Beau Brinkley (Falcons)

Joe Cardona (Patriots)

Morgan Cox (Titans)

Andrew DePaola (Vikings)

Clark Harris (Bengals)

JJ Jansen (Panthers)

Casey Kreiter (Giants)

Jake McQuaide (Cowboys)

Matt Orzech (Rams)

Tyler Ott (Seahawks)

Matt Overton (Cowboys)

Taylor Pepper (Niners)

Patrick Scales (Bears)

Carson Tinker (Seahawks)

Jon Weeks (Texans)


Jacob Bobenmoyer (Broncos)

Nick Moore (Ravens)


Christian Kuntz (Steelers)

Cal Adomitis (Bengals)

Scott Daly (Lions)

Liam McCullough (Falcons)

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