#76 Chris Snee
 Pos: Offensive Line
Injury: OK
 Experience: 11
College: Boston College
Height: 75
Weight: 305
Born: 1/18/1982


The Giants had an awful year defensively last season, ranking 31st overall. The good news was they allowed 21.5 points per game, which wasn't too bad considering all the yards they allowed. But either way, it was a really poor showing for a normally good defense. The Giants had plenty of injuries along the line and the secondary, though. New York needs defensive ends Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck playing at the level they are capable, a level than can be very good. The secondary also needs cornerbacks Prince Amukamara to take his game to a new level. He has all sorts of talent but hasn't emerged yet as that elite cornerback. The special teams has a lot of upside and potential with David Wilson and Reuben Randle handling the return duties. Both these guys are explosive and big-play threat with the ball in their hands. Fantasy Outlook: The Giants have a lot of talent on the defense side of the ball and we expect them to play better from day one this season. They are a legit starter for fantasy teams, mainly because of their top sack potential and return game. The Giants aren't an elite unit but just outside that group in our eyes.

comments about Chris Snee


New York Giants OG Chris Snee (hip, elbow) said he is fully healthy and will do everything in the team's offseason program.
Source: KFFL.com
New York Giants OG Chris Snee (hip, elbow) is expected to participate when offseason workouts begin next week even though he is not 100 percent.
Source: KFFL.com
Updating a previous item, the restructured contract for New York Giants OG Chris Snee actually includes a $4.25 million pay cut. Snee will get a $2 million base salary, $500,000 in per-game bonuses, and a $50,000 roster bonus.
Source: KFFL.com
New York Giants OG Chris Snee has agreed to restructure his contract, which will lower his 2014 salary from $7.2 million to $1.1 million with an additional $1 million in incentives.
Source: KFFL.com
The New York Giants are in no rush to do anything with the contract of OG Chris Snee because the team has ample money to spend at the start of free agency.
Source: KFFL.com
New York Giants OG Chris Snee said during a radio interview that he is willing to take a pay cut in order to remain with the team.
Source: KFFL.com
The New York Giants have approached C David Baas and OG Chris Snee about taking pay cuts. Snee has expressed an interest in doing do. Baas has not yet said yes.
Source: KFFL.com
New York Giants OG Chris Snee is not retiring and wants to play one more season with the Giants. I don't want my last memory to be a dismal performance in Carolina,'' Snee said. There's a changing of the guard, I want to help this team right the ship.
Source: KFFL.com
It appears the New York Giants will keep OG Chris Snee (hip) on their roster for now and see if he will be able to participate in offseason workouts and minicamps before making a final decision on him. The Giants likely will restructure his contract before the start of free agency.
Source: KFFL.com
New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese said C David Baas (knee), OG Chris Snee (hip) and FS Stevie Brown (knee) are progressing well in their recoveries from major injuries.
Source: KFFL.com

Def / STs

  #1  Seattle SeahawksSEA4
  #2  San Francisco 49ersSFO8
  #3  Carolina PanthersCAR12
  #4  Kansas City ChiefsKAN6
  #5  Denver BroncosDEN4
  #6  St. Louis RamsSTL4
  #7  New England PatriotsNWE10
  #8  Cincinnati BengalsCIN4
  #9  Chicago BearsCHI9
  #10  Buffalo BillsBUF9
  #11  Arizona CardinalsARI4
  #12  Dallas CowboysDAL11
  #13  New York JetsNYJ11
  #14  Baltimore RavensBAL12
  #15  Washington RedskinsWAS10
  #16  Philadelphia EaglesPHI7
  #17  Cleveland BrownsCLE4
  #18  Houston TexansHOU10
  #19  New York GiantsNYG8
  #20  Green Bay PackersGNB9
  #21  Tampa Bay BuccaneersTAM7
  #22  Detroit LionsDET9
  #23  New Orleans SaintsNOR12
  #24  Pittsburgh SteelersPIT12
  #25  Tennessee TitansTEN9
  #26  Minnesota VikingsMIN10
  #27  Oakland RaidersOAK5
  #28  Atlanta FalconsATL9
  #29  Indianapolis ColtsIND10
  #30  Miami DolphinsMIA5
  #31  San Diego ChargersSDG10
  #32  Jacksonville JaguarsJAC11

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