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Lions worked out longsnapper Christian Kuntz

Christian Kuntz worked out for the Lions today

The Detroit Lions worked out several longsnappers today including Christian Kuntz a former linebacker, was the first Duquesne player to earn All-American honors three times after he accumulated 248 tackles, 71½ tackles for loss and 30½ sacks between 2012-16.

Kuntz, a linebacker and long snapper, joined the Pittsburgh Steelers late in training camp to push starting long snapper Kameron Canaday and provide depth at outside linebacker, where the team had a run of injuries.

Kuntz played in the team’s final three preseason games, recording five tackles and a sack in the preseason finale against Carolina on Thursday night.

Kuntz has also spent time with the Denver Broncos and Jacksonville Jaguars since graduating from Duquesne as a three-time All-American in 2017. He’s added long snapping to his repertoire since leaving college, and has become pretty darn impressive.

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