NFL CAREER – Drescher was signed as a free agent by the Saints in late November of 2010 and has handled snapping duties in all 38 regular season games and three postseason contests. He is expected to reprise snapping duties in 2013.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Agreed to terms on a four-year contract, 3/13/13; Agreed to terms on a one-year contract (ERFA), 2/29/12; Signed by New Orleans, 11/23/10; Waived by Atlanta Falcons, 6/15/10; Signed by Atlanta as an undrafted rookie free agent, 4/26/10.
2012 – Played in all 16 games, handling snapping duties on extra points, field goals and punts…Helped K Garrett Hartley convert 18-of-22 field goal attempts. 2011 – Played in all 16 regular season games handling snapping duties on extra points, field goals and punts, as well as the NFC Wild Card Playoff vs. Detroit, 1/7/12, and NFC Divisional Playoff at San Francisco, 1/14/12….Helped K John Kasay convert 28-of-34 field goal attempts. 2010 – After spending part of the offseason with Atlanta, he was signed by New Orleans on Nov. 23 and handled snapping duties for the final six regular season games and one playoff contest…Recorded one special teams tackle at Cincinnati, Dec. 5…Helped K Garrett Hartley convert all ten of his field goal attempts.
COLLEGE – Long snapper for the Buffaloes for all four of his collegiate seasons in Boulder, appearing in 49 games, making five tackles and recovering a fumble on special teams while handling the snap on every kick…Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance.
PERSONAL – Second-team All-District selection as a senior, playing G and LS for Carroll (Southlake, Texas) HS…Was a part of two state championship teams, winning 32 consecutive games in his two seasons…A high school teammate of K Garrett Hartley and former Saints QB Chase Daniel…Also lettered in baseball…Born Jan. 1, 1988 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
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