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Yeah,I’m glad too. They nearly lost JP this year,and they had no one at all. So this is good news.
The last 6 years in a row, the Cowboys have brought in long-snappers to training camp to be trained by Ladouceur. All three players went on to sign contracts with other teams, and are currently employed in the NFL. In addition to his 13 seasons of perfect snaps, 37 year old Ladouceur has a knack for training long-snappers. If I wanted an NFL career as a long-snapper, I would covet training under Ladouceur. It's the quickest way to long-term employment. Who knows? Maybe this time, he'll be training one for the Cowboys to sign after he retires.
2012 - 2013 - Charlie Huglett
After training under Ladouceur for two offseasons, Hughlett was subsequently signed by the Cleveland Browns in 2014. Last season, he became the highest paid long-snapper in the NFL, signing a 6 year, $6.37M contract with the Browns.
2014 - 2015 - Casey Kreiter
After training under Ladouceur for two offseasons, Kreiter was subsequently signed by the Denver Broncos in 2016. This year will be his 3rd season with the Broncos on a rookie contract.
2016 - 2017 - Zach Wood
After training under Ladouceur for two offseasons, Wood was subsequently signed by the New Orleans Saints in September, 2017. This year will be his 2nd season with the Saints on a rookie contract.
2018 - Scott Daly