We here at SportSmasher.com have always joked that being an NFL long snapper must be one of the greatest jobs in professional sports. Sure, if you screw up royally you are immediately out of a job and an entire fan base will hate you. There is no chance you will ever become a superstar or a household name for good reasons, so if you want to be a professional athlete for fame and fortune, long snapping is not for you. However, if you are a good long snapper, you can just float quietly under the radar as a professional athlete spending your days hanging out with the boys and cashing large checks. This theory was only proven on day 12 of Atlanta Falcons training camp, when long snapper Josh Harris (he even has an easy to forget name, perfect for a long snapper!) was wired with a microphone, and showed what the daily routine of an NFL long snapper is like. Josh Harris spent the day stretching, joking around, and challenging teammates to games of ping pong in the locker room. Parents, teach your kids to long snap, it’s a great gig. In 2012 Josh Harris signed a 4 year, $3,405,000 contract with the Atlanta Falcons, including a $400,000 signing bonus, $400,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $851,250.