Category Archives: Transactions

Snapping transaction news

More Snapping Moves as Mini-Camps End

With mini-camps ended, there have been a few snapping transactions this week.  Client Jimmy Landes, who was drafted by the Lions last year, was waived leaving Don Muhlbach for another season in Detroit.  The Saints waived Tyler Schmitt and added … Continue reading

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Steelers Bring Back Canaday

This week is the final week for off-season workouts in the NFL.  After this week, the next official action will be the opening of training camps at the end of July. I do not expect many snapping moves before training … Continue reading

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Steelers Release Warren

Last week, the Steelers released veteran snapper Greg Warren with a failed physical designation, ending his 12 season tenure with the team.  Warren apparently experienced some issues with a prior injury and felt playing the 2017 season would pose a … Continue reading

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No Snappers Signed after Mini-Camp Tryouts

Rookie mini-camps are now complete in the NFL and it does not appear that any of the tryout snappers were offered contracts.  In Tampa Bay, former Bills snapper Garrison Sanborn will have the job for now, as Dax Dellenbach was … Continue reading

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Three Snappers Waived

No tryout snappers were signed as of yet from this past weekend’s rookie mini-camps.  However, three teams reduced the number of snappers on their roster, as Kameron Canaday (Steelers), Zach Triner (Jets) and Taybor Pepper (Packers) have all been let … Continue reading

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Snapping Cuts, Signings and Tryouts

It has been an active week at the long snapping position in the NFL.  After Colin Holba was the only snapper to be selected in the NFL Draft, three other snappers signed free agent contracts.  Other snappers were invited to … Continue reading

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Holba Drafted by Steelers; Post-Draft Snapper Developments

For the second consecutive season, a long snapper was drafted in the Sixth Round of the NFL Draft.  Colin Holba of Louisville was drafted by the Steelers and will compete with veteran Greg Warren.  Last year, client Jimmy Landes was … Continue reading

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