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Week Nine in Review

Week Nine of the NFL season was a quiet one for snappers, although there were still many missed field goals and extra points.  It appeared Giants veteran Zak DeOssie may have had some issues with his short snaps last night … Continue reading

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Snapping Update for NFL Draft Week

The NFL Draft is just days away.  Saturday will be the big day for snappers, either during the Draft or right after it ends when teams can sign undrafted snappers to contracts or invite them to tryouts. One team has … Continue reading

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Free Agency Update for Long Snappers

NFL veteran free agency has just begun and below is the latest with respect to the long snappers in each free agent category. EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS:  Luke Rhodes (Colts), Trent Sieg (Raiders) and Tyler Ott (Seahawks) were each tendered and will … Continue reading

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The Importance of the Long Snapper According to Joe Judge of the Patriots

Amid all the Super Bowl hype was an excellent story by Andrew Callahan on Masslive.com  regarding the assistant coaches for the Patriots and what it takes to play for them.  Of note was special teams coach Joe Judge’s comments on the … Continue reading

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Week Thirteen in Review

Week Thirteen is complete and snapping was a major issue this week in some unusual ways.  The Chargers beat the Steelers Sunday on a late field goal that followed three straight offsides calls against Pittsburgh.  It appears they were drawn … Continue reading

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Week Two in Review

Week Two of the NFL season is now complete and marked the successful NFL debut of Trent Sieg with the Raiders.  Sieg replaced Andrew DePaola, who was placed on injured reserve.  Sieg was signed after a workout that included Andrew … Continue reading

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2017 Long Snappers Chart Training Camp Edition

Training camps are underway this week in the NFL and just six teams will have a second snapper in camp.  Client Jimmy Landes, who was drafted by the Lions last year, was one of the last snappers to be waived … Continue reading

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