Nick Sundberg’s career as Washington’s long-snapper is over

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One of the several free agents that Washington had to decide whether or not they wanted to bring back to the team this offseason was veteran long-snapper Nick Sundberg, someone who has been on the roster since 2010.

On Wednesday morning, Sundberg was informed that he wasn’t coming back to the team.

“Unfortunately Coach informed me that I’m not in the plans moving forward,” Sundberg wrote on Twitter. “I understand this is a business but I’m still sad to close this long chapter with the Washington football team. I look forward to the next opportunity in my career, wherever that may be. See you on Sundays.”

Through his time with the program, Sundberg played in a total of 152 games and became a staple of the special teams unit. We wish him the best of luck in his next destination.

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