The Indianapolis Colts and New York Jets completed an unusual trade Monday, as the Colts have sent their long-snapper to the Jets. Thomas Hennessy heads to New York, while S Ronald Martin is going to the Colts.
Hennessy was an undrafted free agent this year. With Hennessy off the roster, it's unclear who will handle long-snapping duties for the Colts. Matt Overton, who had handled the duties
Tanner Purdum was the Jets' long-snapper before the trade. It's also worth mentioning that Hennessy was the long snapper for Jets kicker Ross Martin at Duke.
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Martin was a 2015 UDFA who originally signed with the Seahawks. In 11 games with the Jets, he recorded two tackles. In the preseason this year, Martin had nine tackles and one INT.Back to the NFL Newsfeed