New York Giants right guard Chris Snee has been a cornerstone for the offensive line for the better part of a decade. On Sunday, Snee injured his hip and he will undergo an MRI.
From the New York Daily News:
But that line fell apart on Sunday. And on Monday, there were more signs that Snee, now 31, is not well. According to a source, the veteran lineman had an MRI on his hip. Snee also had hip surgery in the offseason, after battling hip problems throughout the 2012 season.
The Giants can’t afford to deal with any injury issues as they try to get their season back on track. Center David Baas also had an MRI on his neck after missing most of the preseason with a sprained knee.
“I think he’s got some issues,” head coach Tom Coughlin said. “We’re trying to figure out where that is right now.”
There injuries could be a part of the problem with the protection of quarterback Eli Manning, who was constantly under pressure and was sacked 7 times in last week’s loss to the Panthers.