That’s right, not only is long snapper the best job in the NFL, it might be the best job in the world. Long snappers make a decent wage for what they do, have tremendous job security, and minimal risk of injury. The average salary for a long snapper is $1.09 million and the average length of career for the position is second highest at 5.71 years. That’s not too shabby for a guy who exerts himself only a few times a game.
Let’s keep moving those chains to see what states are producing NFL players at the most efficient rate.