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Justin Snow signs with Skins (Merge)


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Good for Justin he served us well and wish him success with his new team.

Looks like all the fiasco with the Raiders a good LS is still in demand.

The Raiders were at the receiving end of having played a MNF game. Otherwise, they would have signed Justin Snow in an instant if they had played a 1 p.m. game like the Redskins.

First, Hunter Smith and now Justin Snow, they love our unsung ST heroes, the Redskins. :)

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I got a kick out of this. Skins' long snapper is selling t-shirts. I like the one "Our long snapper is tougher than your long snapper". I say good for him though - take advantage while you can. How often do we hear a long snapper's name for something positive?

Sundberg was placed on IR for those that didn't know. I don't believe they tagged him for the "temporary" IR, so Snow is probably there for the rest of the season.

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I got a kick out of this. Skins' long snapper is selling t-shirts. I like the one "Our long snapper is tougher than your long snapper". I say good for him though - take advantage while you can. How often do we hear a long snapper's name for something positive?

Sundberg was placed on IR for those that didn't know. I don't believe they tagged him for the "temporary" IR, so Snow is probably there for the rest of the season.

It's smart for him to capitalize on something like this. It's a miracle he's not bashed for it around here.

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