The Indianapolis Colts are hosting former Dolphins longsnapper Taybor Pepper and former Dallas Renegades longsnapper Christian Kuntz for a workout.
Taybor Pepper played for the Green Bay Packers in 2017 and for the Miami Dolphins in 2019. Pepper attended Michigan State University where he served as starting long snapper all four years from 2012 to 2016, playing a total 54 career games
Now, let’s talk about the small schooler!
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 was in Houston last week working out with the Texans.
Kuntz is a linebacker turned long snapper, who 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 has worked out with several teams, and will hopefully stick with the Colts.
Kuntz was a beast in the XFL with the Renegades and is a player to remember. He is a solid player.