Category Archives: Transactions

Snapping transaction news

Additional Long Snapper Transactions

With the NFL Draft commencing Thursday, one team added some snapping depth, as the Cowboys signed Scott Daly from last year’s Draft class.  In addition, the lone remaining exclusive rights free agent, Tyler Ott, signed his new contract with the … Continue reading

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Latest Long Snapper Transactions

With the NFL Draft a few weeks away, the snapper signings have slowed.  Two exclusive rights free agents, client Casey Kreiter (Broncos) and Luke Rhodes (Colts), have each signed their one-year contracts.  Client Patrick Scales, who was not tendered by … Continue reading

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New Street Free Agent Snapper Signings

There were no veteran snapper signings this week, but two teams added snapping depth for the spring.  The Broncos signed Christian Kuntz, who was a linebacker and snapper at Duquesne and spent time with the Patriots last August.  The Vikings … Continue reading

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Free Agency Update

There have been some additional snapping transactions as veteran free agency moves into the end of its first week.  It is rare for snappers to change teams, but Andrew DePaola did just that, signing a new deal with Oakland after … Continue reading

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Long Snappers in Free Agency

NFL free agency is now underway and it has already impacted the snapping position.  First, of the six exclusive rights free agents, three were offered one-year contracts allowing their teams to retain their rights.  The snappers that were tendered contacts … Continue reading

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Snapping Update: NFL Combine Edition

The NFL Combine is now underway and could be a prelude to some activity in the veteran snapper market before free agency in mid-March.  Ten snappers will become unrestricted free agents that can sign with any club if not re-signed … Continue reading

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Snapping Update Before the Super Bowl

The Super Bowl will feature snappers Rick Lovato for Philadelphia and Joe Cardona for New England.  Lovato is making his Super Bowl debut, while Cardona is making his second consecutive appearance. Leading up to the Super Bowl, two snappers recorded … Continue reading

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