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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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Comprehensive NFL Snapping Update Before Conference Championships

With the AFC and NFC Championship games tomorrow, it is a good time to take a look at the many developments impacting long snappers since the end of the regular season. Here are the latest news on a tryout, future … Continue reading

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Week Seventeen in Review

Week Seventeen is complete and the regular season is over.  For snappers, it was a relatively stable year, with the only changes resulting from injury and not due to performance. Atlanta used three snappers, starting the season with Jeff Overbaugh … Continue reading

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Week Sixteen in Review

Week Sixteen of the NFL season is complete and just one week of the regular season remains.  This week was relatively quiet, as Don Muhlbach was able to snap despite being questionable during the week. The Lions worked out snappers … Continue reading

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Week Fifteen in Review

Week Fifteen provided another excellent example of the value of never giving up and the perseverance required to succeed in the NFL as a long snapper. On Sunday, after a season-ending back injury to Redskins snapper Nick Sundberg, Andrew East … Continue reading

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Week Fourteen in Review

Week Fourteen is complete and two snappers made their season debuts, as veteran Jon Condo returned to the NFL for Atlanta and Colin Holba snapped for San Francisco.  There were no major snapping issues, although there were a number of … Continue reading

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