• Snee needs surgery, could be headed to IR soon

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Oct 4, 2013
    Make a decision on that soon," Snee said Friday. "I've been feeling it for some time now," Snee said. Sources said earlier in the week that the Giants wanted to see if Snee could improve and play through the injury, like he did last year, and possibly avoid surgery. As it turned out, Snee’s repaired left hip was not the problem a newly injured right hip was. During 10 seasons in which he missed just seven games, guard Chris Snee, the physical and spiritual anchor of the Giants’ offensive line, was always the guy who played through any infirmity, including many he never acknowledged. Vacchiano reports that Baas may need surgery on his neck that would end his season. The Giants may have to elevate Charles James from the practice squad because of their injuries at cornerback and Vacchiano reports they’d like to activate safety Will Hill after Hill returned from a four-game suspension this week.
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      Source: nytimes.com
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      The Giants listed six players as out for Sunday’s game against the Eagles on their final injury report of the week, but that number has dropped to five. It’s not because anyone is feeling better all of a sudden, though. Guard Chris Snee has been placed …
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      Chris Snee, a veteran of two Super Bowls and a fixture on the Giants' offensive line for the last decade, needs season-ending surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right hip, and because of that he may have played his last game in the NFL.

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