Veteran free agency is entering its second week and, while snappers rarely switch teams, that is not the case this year.
First, Joe Cardona signed a new four-year deal to remain in New England and Andrew DePaola signed a new three-year deal in Minnesota. Another veteran, Casey Kreiter, did a one-year deal to remain a Giant and Nick Moore inked a new two-year deal with the Ravens.
Three snappers are changing teams. Former Rams snapper Matt Orzech signed a three-year deal with the Packers. Jacob Bobenmoyer, who was not tendered as a restricted free agent by the Broncos, instead signed a three-year deal with the Raiders. After signing Bobenmoyer, the Raiders released Trent Sieg who is free to sign elsewhere. Finally, former Cowboys snapper Jake McQuaide had tryout with the Lions and signed to a one-year deal. The Lions also have Scott Daly on the roster, who was tendered as an exclusive rights free agent, but not yet signed his contract.
Below are the six unsigned snappers as of this morning:
Aaron Brewer (Cardinals)
Beau Brinkley (Falcons)
Clark Harris (Bengals)
Tyler Ott (Seahawks)
Matt Overton (Cowboys)
Carson Tinker (Seahawks)