Ladouceur out after 16 seasons, Cowboys replacing with Rams’ 2x Pro Bowler

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Going into the 2021 offseason, the future of long snapper L.P Ladouceur was unknown. Now 40-years old and going into free agency, his tenure with Dallas reached its conclusion.

During his career, Ladouceur had zero bad snaps and was on pace to break Jason Witten’s franchise record for games played at 255. Now, the Cowboys look forward, working to sign a familiar face to special teams coordinator John Fassel, Jake McQuaide.

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McQuaide has been the long snapper for the Rams since being signed as an undrafted free agent by the team in 2011. McQuaide was coached by Fassel for seven years before the coordinator joined head coach Mike McCarthy’s staff during the 2020 offseason. He made the Pro Bowl in 2016 and 2017.

Now, McQuaide will be reuniting with his former coach in Dallas as Fassel continues to bring in specialists he’s familiar with like kicker Greg Zuerlein, also a former Ram.

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