One of the constants on the New York Giants offensive line over the last seven-plus seasons may be missing when they face the Bengals (3-5) in Cincinnati. Snee practiced for the first time this week on Friday and his status for Sunday's game has been listed as questionable.|||||||
The son-in-law of coach Tom Coughlin, Snee has missed starting only one game at right guard since 2005. That was last year when he was sidelined by a concussion. Snee had an ankle rolled in the first quarter of this past weekend's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Snee is out against Buffalo due to a concussion.|||||||
Snee suffered the injury in a 36-25 loss to Seattle. The Giants' running game has been abysmal, and Snee's absence should further weaken what was once a major strength of the team. Snee had a streak of 101 consecutive starts snapped.
Snee will miss the New York Giants' preseason opener against the New York Jets.|||||||
Snee, the right guard who has played in consecutive Pro Bowls, has been bothered by swelling in his leg.
Snee and tackle David Diehl of the New York Giants have been added to the NFC Pro Bowl team.|||||||
The Giants announced Monday that Snee and Diehl will replace Jahari Evans and Jonathan Stinchcomb of New Orleans, who will not play in the game because the Saints advanced to the Super Bowl.
The New York Giants guaranteed that their offensive line will stay together for the foreseeable future, signing Snee on Wednesday to a six-year, $43.5 million contract extension.|||||||
A former second-round draft pick, Snee has started all 59 regular-season and six postseason games that he has played for the Giants. The former Boston College product has started 48 consecutive regular-season games. He missed the final five games of his rookie season because of an inflamed gland under his jaw.