Author Archives: longsnap

Week Six in Review

Week Six in the NFL brought some uncharacteristic bad snaps from Josh Harris of the Falcons and Jon Condo of the Raiders.  Harris appeared to have a punt snap accidentally blocked by a teammate, while Condo had a high snap … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles, Transactions

Week Five in Review

Week Five included the second injury during the regular season as Aaron Brewer of the Cardinals broke his wrist in the first quarter against the Eagles.  The Cardinals used position players Josh Mauro and Evan Boehm in place of Brewer. … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles, Transactions

Week Four in Review

Week Four is complete and was an uneventful one for snappers.  Taybor Pepper made his debut for the Packers to replace injured Brett Goode.  There has been one recent snapper workout, as the Titans hosted Andrew East and Anthony Kukwa. … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Tackles, Transactions

2017 Division One Long Snappers

One of the most anticipated features each year at Longsnap.com is the exclusive compilation of snappers for each of the Division One college football teams. This year’s list is attached below and features the punt snapper from each of the … Continue reading

Posted in College, NFL Draft

Death. Taxes. Muhlbach.

Don Muhlbach of the Lions is about to play in his 200th game today.  That, along with his impressive 14-year career, would normally be included in my Tuesday review of the Week Four action in the NFL. However, Mulhbach’s accomplishments … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Snapping in the Media

Week Three in Review

Week Three of the NFL season is complete and next week will bring the first change to the snapping position.  Client Brett Goode of the Packers was injured in Sunday’s game and will be replaced by Taybor Pepper, who was … Continue reading

Posted in College, NFL, Tackles, Transactions

Clint Gresham’s “Becoming” Book Out October 3rd

Client and former NFL long snapper Clint Gresham has written a book, “Becoming: Loving the Process to Wholeness.”  Gresham, who recently retired from the NFL after six seasons with Seattle, played in two Super Bowls with the Seahawks, winning a … Continue reading

Posted in NFL, Snapping in the Media