By Brad Weiss
The long-time Raiders long snapper will need to find a new job in 2018, as the team notified his agent he will not be back next season.
The Oakland Raiders got rid of their longest tenured player on Wednesday, as long snapper Jon Condo tweeted out that he was informed he will no longer be with the team. Condo has played played all but one of his NFL season with the Silver and Black, but will need to find a new home for next season.
Condo began his NFL career with the Dallas Cowboys, spending only his rookie season with America’s Team. In November of 2006, the Raiders brought him into the fold as a member of the practice squad, but he became their long snapper in 2007.
A 2009 Pro Bowl selection, Condo played his college ball at Maryland, and was not drafted when his eligibility was up. Condo re-signed with the team for the final time in March of last year, and he he left his mark on Raider Nation over the last 12 years.
Condo tweeted this out on Wednesday night.
Earlier this offseason, the Raiders brought in two long snappers, so the writing was on the wall that Condo would not be back. For now, it looks like Andrew East and Bradley Northnagel will battle it out for the position heading into next...