Chris Snee played 10 seasons with the Giants, winning two Super Bowl titles.
East Rutherford, NJ (SportsNetwork.com) -
Long-time New York Giants offensive lineman Chris Snee announced his retirement on Monday.
Snee played 10 seasons in the NFL, all with the Giants, appearing in 141 games and winning two Super Bowl titles. He was selected in the second round of the 2004 draft out of Boston College.
"I think Chris was everything you could ever hope for in a player: toughness, integrity, and a lot of pride," Giants president and chief executive officer John Mara said. "Winning mattered to him. I think he set a great example for all of the other players. He's somebody we're going to miss very much. He was one of the greatest offensive linemen in Giants history, and he'll be on that Ring of Honor someday."
After missing the final 13 games of the 2013 season due to a torn labrum in his right hip, the 32-year-old had offseason elbow surgery.
Stone comes looking for Kluwe's glass house
By John McMullen, NFL Editor
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) -
FX unveiled its anticipated new comedy series "You're the Worst" last week.
To my surprise, however, the show evidently had nothing to do with Minnesota Vikings special teams coordinator Mike Priefer or his favorite ex-employee, Chris Kluwe.
In the race for who's the worst, though, it might come down to the now- admitted homophobe and his incredibly hypocritical former punter.
Priefer was slapped with a three-game suspension that could be shortened to two games for making a homophobic comment to Kluwe, a high-profile advocate for gay marriage.