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NFL snapping news

Week Six in Review

Week Six of the NFL season is complete and was a calm and uneventful one for long snappers.  Just two snappers recorded tackles in punt coverage, as Rick Lovato (Eagles) had a solo tackle and JJ Jansen (Panthers) recorded an … Continue reading

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Week Five in Review

Week Five had been an uneventful one on the field for long snappers until Monday Night Football.  New Niners snapper, veteran Garrison Sanborn, had a rough night and the Niners missed three field goals. Sanborn is the third snapper for … Continue reading

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Week Four in Review

Week Four was a quiet one at the snapping position, with no major issues or injuries.  Four snappers did record tackles in punt coverage, as client Casey Kreiter (Broncos) and Trent Sieg (Raiders) had solo tackles while JJ Jansen (Panther) … Continue reading

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Week Three in Review

Week Three brought the first change at the snapping position.  Looking for more consistency, the Niners waived Colin Holba and signed veteran Jon Condo.  Condo is a 13-year veteran who played with the Falcons last season.    The Niners also … Continue reading

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Week Two in Review

Week Two is complete and the first game of the week on Thursday Night Football put new Bucs snapper Zach Triner squarely in the limelight.  Triner, who last played in a meaningful football game in 2014, made a nice desperation … Continue reading

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Week One in Review

The first week of the NFL season is complete and was a quiet one on the field for snappers.  There are 24 teams that have special teams captains and three of them are long snappers.  The three are Charley Hughlett … Continue reading

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Dolphins Cut Veteran Denney; Sign Pepper

The Dolphins are getting rid of veteran players this season and long-time snapper John Denney was one of today’s victims.  Denney, who had the NFL’s longest active consecutive game steak of 224 over his 14 year career, was cut in … Continue reading

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