Author Archives: longsnap

Snapping Update Before the NFL Draft

With the NFL Draft at the end of this month, it is a good time for an update on recent developments at the snapping position.  Three unrestricted free agent snappers have signed one-year deals to rejoin their teams. They are … Continue reading

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Free Agency Update for Long Snappers

NFL veteran free agency has just begun and below is the latest with respect to the long snappers in each free agent category. EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS:  Luke Rhodes (Colts), Trent Sieg (Raiders) and Tyler Ott (Seahawks) were each tendered and will … Continue reading

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NFL Free Agency Preview for Snappers

NFL free agency starts next month and has already impacted the snapping position  during the past few weeks.  Below is a look at the various categories of free agents and where things stand with each snapper. EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS: Three of … Continue reading

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Godsil Invited to NFL Combine

The NFL Combine starts at the end of the month in Indianapolis and just one long snapper, Dan Godsil of Indiana, has been invited.  Godsil also played in the Senior Bowl last month.

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NFL Special Teams Coach Update

All 32 NFL teams now have a special teams coach in place following the usual changes that occur at the end of each season. Below is a comprehensive summary of all of the changes since the end of the regular … Continue reading

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Snappers for the Inaugural Season of the Alliance of American Football

Long snappers who want to play at the professional level but have not been able to crack an NFL roster have limited options.  The CFL uses Canadian snappers and the indoor leagues do not punt.  Although other leagues have tried … Continue reading

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The Importance of the Long Snapper According to Joe Judge of the Patriots

Amid all the Super Bowl hype was an excellent story by Andrew Callahan on Masslive.com  regarding the assistant coaches for the Patriots and what it takes to play for them.  Of note was special teams coach Joe Judge’s comments on the … Continue reading

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