PRO: Jake McQuaide comes to Dallas to reunite with long-time special teams coach John Fassel, who coached McQuaide for eight of his 10 pro seasons. Through 10 seasons, McQuaide has earned two Pro Bowl nods (2016-17) and appeared in Super Bowl LIII. Through his career, McQuiade has provided 1,471 clean snaps (including 37 postseason).
3/22/21: Signed a one-year contract as an unrestricted free agent with Dallas through 2021.
3/9/18: Signed a three-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Rams through 2020.
7/1/13: Signed a four-year contract extension with St. Louis through 2017.
7/29/11: Signed as a rookie free agent with St. Louis.
2020 (LA Rams):
In his final season with the Rams, played in all 16 games for the 10th consecutive year and provided 141 clean snaps.
2019 (LA Rams):
Had 134 cleans snaps in 16 games played.
2018 (LA Rams):
Played in all 16 games and all three postseason contests, including Super Bowl LIII and snapped cleanly 130 times in the regular season and 29 times in the playoffs.
2017 (LA Rams):
Named to his second consecutive Pro Bowl, providing clean snaps 151 consecutive times.
Tied his career-high with 13 snaps in games against Indianapolis (9/10) and at Dallas (10/1).
Made his postseason debut in the Wild Card game against Atlanta (1/6/18).
2016 (LA Rams):
Earned a spot in the Pro Bowl - the first long snapper in Rams history to make the team - tallying 146 clean snaps on the season.
Also had a special teams tackle.
2015 (St. Louis):
Snapped cleanly 157 times in 16 games, including a career-high tying 13 times against Jacksonville (10/6).
Added one special teams tackle on the season.
2014 (St. Louis):
In 16 games played, snapped cleanly 145 times and added a pair of special teams tackles.
2013 (St. Louis):
Had 141 clean snaps in 16 games played, including two games with a then career-high 13 snaps - against San Francisco (9/26) and Jacksonville (10/6).
2012 (St. Louis):
Logged 139 consecutive clean snaps in all 16 games played to go with a pair of special teams tackles.
2011 (St. Louis):
After signing with the Rams as a rookie free agent at the start of training camp, played in all 16 games, providing the Rams with 150 clean snaps and two special teams tackles.
Made his NFL debut against Philadelphia (9/11).
Had his first career special teams tackle at San Francisco (12/4).
Spent his final three collegiate campaigns at Ohio State as the school's long snapper.
Was again the school's long snapper as a senior.
As a junior in 2009, earned his second letter and All-Academic Big Ten as the school's long snapper.
Became the full-time long snapper as a sophomore to earn a scholarship, a letter and All-Academic Big Ten for his efforts.
As a redshirt freshman in 2007, split the long snaps with two others for the Big Ten champion Buckeyes.
Redshirted as a freshman walk-on in 2006.
Played tight end at Elder High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, and finished his senior year with 10 catches for 125 yards.
He and his wife Abby, have two daughters, Quinn and Max, and two sons, JJ and Wes.
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