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Chris Snee believes Victor Cruz can jumpstart Giants' offense

The New York Giants offense finished 2014 with a bang, but so far in 2015 it has been a bust for the unit. However, everything stands to change when wide receiver Victor Cruz makes his debut against the Bills on Sunday according to former Giants guard Chris Snee. “He is now one of the leaders for that team,” Snee said, via the New York Daily News. “Any time you get one...
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Saints pose legitimate threat to any playoff team

The New Orleans Saints are in control of their own destiny. After a blowout win against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, the Saints regained control of the lowly NFC South. With a win against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday coupled with a Carolina Panthers loss, the Saints will win the division, and former NFL-er Chris Snee believes this is a team that is getting hot at the right time...
December 18, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants: Offseason uncertainties

The NY Giants come into the 2014 NFL season as one of the biggest question marks. The Giants have dealt with new personnel, new coaches, injuries, and retirement this offseason. The team does have the added benefit of playing in the Hall of Fame Game, which kicks off tomorrow, August 3rd. Playing in this game allowed the Giants to begin their training camp early than all other NFL...
August 02, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants: Start of training camp

Chris Snee The New York Giants are off to an interesting start with training camp. A career has ended and they have already faced injury two days in. Let’s hope the rest of camp goes a little smoother, or we’ll be in for a rough couple of weeks. On Monday, Chris Snee’s ten years in the NFL came to an end, an end most people saw coming except for Snee. He broke the news to the...
July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants’ Chris Snee announces he will retire

After 10 NFL seasons, former Pro Bowl guard Chris Snee will retire. He spent the entirety of his pro football career as a member of the New York Giants after being selected in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft out of Boston College. “I know it’s my time,” Snee said in a press release. Snee was battling to return from a multitude of injuries, the greatest of which was offseason...
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July 21, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Giants Offensive Lineman Chris Snee Expected to Retire Monday

When you have been doing something since you were a little kid it can be very tough to stop and walk away. In the case of an offensive lineman like New York Giants guard Chris Snee he was probably not little even than. Anyway....The big man is being faced with a tough decision after his tenth year in the game; one that no player likes to make.@sportsbooktomAt the age of 32 and...
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July 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Chris Snee Has Decided To Retire

New York Giants four-time Pro Bowl guard Chris Snee has decided to hang up his cleats. I am now being told that Giants G Chris Snee has indeed decided to retire and plans to announce it Monday. — Dan Graziano (@DanGrazianoESPN) July 21, 2014 Photo Credit: The former 2004 second round pick (No. 34 overall) out of Boston College spent his entire NFL career with the G...
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July 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Giants G Chris Snee Meeting With Team Officials Monday, Retirement Possible

  Ralph Vacciano of the New York Daily News reports that Giants OL Chris Snee will meet with team officials Monday to discuss his future with the team. According to Vacciano Snee’s surgically repaired elbow is “not good,” and retirement remains an option for the ten-year veteran. Retirement remains an option for Snee, but we’ll have to see if a decision is made on...
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July 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Chris Snee remains motivated to make an impact with Giants in 2014

Chris Snee has been riding a bumpy road for awhile now. But after undergoing surgeries to repair his elbow and hip, he’s ready to get back to doing what does best for the New York Giants: protecting quarterback Eli Manning. “At my age, there are good days and there are bad days, so a day off every couple of days in [Organized Team Activities] is working out well,” Snee told...
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June 16, 2014  |  Discuss

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