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Week Twelve in Review

Week Twelve included a rare blocked extra point last night that was returned for a two-point conversion by the Seahawks against Washington. It was only the second blocked extra point this season and first to be returned for a score. … Continue reading

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Week Eleven in Review

Week Eleven was generally an uneventful one for snappers, although kicking operation issues continued in Green Bay and, at least this week, in Arizona. After Sunday’s game, the Cardinals waived Beau Brinkley. With a bye this week, it is unclear … Continue reading

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Week Nine in Review

Week Nine brought the second change at the snapping position this season and first due to performance. Steven Wirtel replaced Hunter Bradley in Green Bay. Wirtel had a tough NFL debut, as the kicking operation in Green Bay remained off … Continue reading

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Week One In Review

The 2021 NFL Regular Season commenced without significant issues at the snapping position, although there will be a change next week due to injury. Camaron Cheeseman (Washington) was the only rookie snapper to debut this week, while two first year … Continue reading

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“Final” 53 Man Rosters Set and Snapping Battles Resolved

Today is the final cutdown day in the NFL and all rosters must be at 53 players. Practice squads can be formed tomorrow afternoon with up to 16 players. Thus, rosters and the snapping role for each team is set, … Continue reading

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NFL Snapping Update after First Mandated Roster Cuts

The first week of the NFL preseason is complete and the first mandatory roster reduction from 90 to 85 players happened yesterday. A few snappers were waived at the deadline, including client Liam McCullough (Raiders) and rookie Turner Bernard (Vikings). … Continue reading

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2021 Patrick Mannelly Award Preseason Watch List

The college football season is right around the corner and the Watch List of 31 long snappers in early consideration for the 2021 Patrick Mannelly Award was revealed this afternoon. The Award, named after former Chicago Bears long snapping great … Continue reading

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NFL Training Camps and the Snapping Outlook

Every NFL training camp will be underway by tomorrow, so this is a good time to look at the snapping situation across the League. Ten teams have two snappers in camp after the Dolphins waived Rex Sunahara a few days … Continue reading

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Phil Steele’s 2021 Preseason All-American Team Long Snappers

College football season will be here soon as evidenced by the release of Phil Steele’s 2021 College Football Preview magazine. Volume 27 is, once again, a must-have for any college football fan and especially one that follows long snappers. Like … Continue reading

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One Snapper Added and One Waived as OTAs Conclude

With off-season workouts concluded and training camps scheduled for late next month in the NFL, one snapper was signed and one was waived. Mitchell Fraboni signed with the Texans. He is from the 2019 NFL Draft class and, while he … Continue reading

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