Nick Sundberg's favorite memories of his time in WFT and his emotional goodbye

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Nick Sundberg shares favorite memory from time on WFT originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

After he said goodbye on Twitter to the team that he's been a part of for more than a decade, long snapper Nick Sundberg joined the Grant & Danny Show on 106.7 the Fan and spoke about his favorite memories of his time in Washington.

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"[Punter] Tress [Way] and I got into this groove where every time he bombed a punt, as soon as I see it was a fair catch, I stop and turn around and he's sprinting towards me and we like crow hop into a high five, or low five really," Sundberg said. "Those moments were really special." 

The 33-year-old appeared in 152 games over the last 11 seasons and was expected to be back alongside kicker Dustin Hopkins who just re-signed with the team on a one-year deal and Way. The special teams unit has been together since 2015, so things will certainly look and feel different this upcoming season.

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As far as what he will miss the most? Sundberg got emotional talking about all the goodbyes he has to give.

"All the people that we've met and created just such wonderful relationships with along the way. I'm gonna miss all my teammates, their wives, families, kids and everybody," he said. "It's crazy after being here for so long how many people you realize you have to say goodbye to. That's been the toughest part over the last couple days."