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Justin Snow biography

Date of birth : -
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Nationality : American
Category : Sports
Last modified : 2010-12-27
Credited as : Football player NFL, long snapper for the Colts, Pro Bowl/NFL Draft player

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Justin Snow is an American football Long snapper for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League.


2010: Appeared in 14 games on special teams…saw action as long snapper at Houston 9/12, vs. NY Giants 9/19, at Denver 9/26, at Jacksonville 10/3, vs. Kansas City 10/10, at Washington 10/17, vs. Houston 11/1, at Philadelphia 11/7, vs. Cincinnati 11/14, at New England 11/21, vs. San Diego 11/28, vs. Dallas 12/5, at Tennessee 12/9 and vs. Jacksonville 12/19…had one special teams tackle at Denver.

2009: Appeared in 16 games as long snapper for 10th consecutive season and has appeared in 160 consecutive games, tied for the second-longest streak in franchise history (192, QB-Peyton Manning; 160, P-Hunter Smith)…had seven special teams tackles…had two special teams tackles vs. New England for top total…was triggerman for Ks-Adam Vinatieri (7-9 FGs/17-18 PATs) and Matt Stover (9-11 FGs/33-33 PATs) and P-Pat McAfee (64-44.3)…Colts units have hit 241-283 FGs and 467-473 PATs during past 10 seasons…ranks as one of 11 Colts players to participate in 100+ career wins (132, QB-John Unitas; 131, QB-Peyton Manning; 120, C-Jeff Saturday; 118, WR-Marvin Harrison; 115, Snow; 114, P-Hunter Smith; 109, P-David Lee; 107, LB-Don Shinnick; 106, DE-Ordell Braase; 105, C/LB-Dick Szymanski; 104, WR-Reggie Wayne). POST-SEASON: Saw action on special teams as long snapper vs. Baltimore 1/16 in Divisional Playoffs, vs. NYJ 1/24 in AFC Championship Game and vs. New Orleans 2/7 in Super Bowl XLIV…had one special teams tackle vs. New Orleans…made 17th post-season appearance vs. New Orleans, surpassing WR-Marvin Harrison (16) for second-most playoff appearances in franchise history.

2008: Appeared in 16 games as deep snapper for ninth consecutive season and has appeared in 144 consecutive games…had one special teams tackle…was triggerman for K-Adam Vinatieri (20-25 FGs/43-43 PATs, 103 points) and Hunter Smith (53-44.2)…Colts units have hit 225-263 FGs and 417-422 PATs during past nine seasons…Smith, additionally, has posted 44.7, 44.5, 40.5, 42.2, 45.2, 44.3, 44.4, 41.9 and 44.2 averages during Snow’s tenure. POST-SEASON: Saw action as long snapper in Wild Card Playoffs at San Diego 1/3 and had one solo stop on punt coverage.

2006: Appeared in 16 games as deep snapper…was triggerman for Vinatieri (25-28 FGs/38-38 PATs, 113 points) and Smith (47-44.4). POST-SEASON: Served as long snapper vs. Kansas City in Wild Card Playoffs 1/6, at Baltimore in Divisional Playoffs 1/13, vs. New England 1/21 in AFC Championship Game and vs. Chicago 2/4 in Super Bowl XLI…had one solo special teams stop vs. New England.

2005: Appeared in 16 games as deep snapper for sixth consecutive season…was triggerman for K-Mike Vanderjagt (23-25 FGs/52-52 PATs, 121 points) and Smith (52-44.3)…snapped for duration of Vanderjagt's 1998-05 career as he left club as all-time leading scorer (995 points; 217-248 FGs/344-346 PATs)…had six special teams stops, four solo…had two specialty stops vs. Jacksonville 9/18 and vs. San Diego 12/18. POST-SEASON: Served as long snapper vs. Pittsburgh 1/15.

2004: Appeared in 16 games as deep snapper for fifth consecutive season…had seven special teams tackles, five solo…had one FF at Detroit 11/25…had two solo special teams tackles at Denver 1/2. POST-SEASON: Served as long snapper vs. Denver 1/9 and at New England 1/16.

2003: Saw action as long snapper in 16 games for fourth consecutive season…was triggerman for Smith (62-42.2) and Vanderjagt (37-37 FGs/46-46 PATs, club seasonal record 157 points)…had seven special teams tackles, six solo…had two special teams tackles at Tennessee 12/7 and 12/21 vs. Denver. POST-SEASON: Served as long snapper 1/4 vs. Denver, 1/11 at Kansas City and 1/18 at New England.

2002: Served as deep snapper for third consecutive season…appeared in 16 games for third consecutive season…served as snapper for all specialty units…also totaled three special teams tackles, two solo. POST-SEASON: Served as deep snapper 1/4 at NYJ.

2001: Saw action in 16 games as deep snapper…totaled seven special teams tackles, three solo…had one special teams tackle in seven different contests.

2000: Played in 16 games...saw action as special teamer and long snapper...totaled 10 special teams tackles, six solo...had season-high three special teams tackles, one solo, vs. Minnesota 12/24. POST-SEASON: Saw action as long snapper at Miami 12/30.


Four-year letterman…career totals included 189 tackles, 117 solo, 15 tackles for loss and five sacks…played in 11 games with nine starts as senior…team's fifth-leading tackler with 66 tackles, 38 solo…led team with nine QB pressures and tied for team lead with nine tackles for loss…had season-high 11 tackles vs. Colorado and Oklahoma State…had 10 tackles at Kansas State…had eight tackles vs. Texas Tech…had five tackles, including two for loss vs. Texas Tech…started five of 11 games as junior…totaled 22 tackles, 16 solo, two tackles for loss and four QB pressures…had one sack vs. Texas A&M…had one FF and one FR vs. Oregon State…played in 11 games with four starts as sophomore…totaled 48 tackles, 34 solo, five tackles for loss, one pass defensed and one FF…saw action in 11 games as backup DE as freshman…totaled 53 tackles, 29 solo…added two tackles for loss and one sack…holds bachelor's and master’s degrees in speech pathology.


Full name is Justin Snow…born in Ft. Worth, Texas...attended Abilene Cooper High School…totaled 70 tackles, 10 sacks, three FF and two FR as senior…was AP, Texas Sportswriters Association All-State first-team…Snow and his wife, Heather, reside with their daughter, Kambrie, and son, Hunter Brian, in Frisco, Texas.

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