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Topic - Kyle Nelson
Caussin attended West Springfield High School and James Madison University. He's the fifth tight end on Washington's roster, joining Jordan Reed, Logan Paulsen, Niles Paul and rookie Ted Bolser.
Special teams have been the Redskins' Achilles' heel all season. And Sunday was no different.
"I was just caught in the middle of the snap," Nelson added. "I honestly shouldn't have snapped it. I should have waited. Worse case scenario, we take a delay of game or a false start."
"Long story short, it never should have happened," Nelson said, adding that he's never botched a snap so badly, not even in practice. "I was just caught in the middle. I didn't want to snap it. And at the same time, I wanted to snap it. It was just a miscommunication. Next time I'll know if I hear something that I wasn't sure about, I'll just take the penalty."