New York Giants right guard Chris Snee has decided to retire. It was reported that Snee’s surgically repaired elbow is “not good” after it forced him to be shut down during OTAs.
Snee was reportedly going to visit with team officials to discuss his future, and was reportedly considering retirement.
Chris Snee will meet w/team officials tomorrow to discuss his future. His elbow is not good. Retirement is an option. No final decision yet.
— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) July 20, 2014
It looks like a decision has been made and Snee will be announcing his plans to retire on Monday.
I am now being told that Giants G Chris Snee has indeed decided to retire and plans to announce it Monday.
— Dan Graziano (@DanGrazianoESPN) July 21, 2014
It is a bad start to the 2014 season for the Giants. Injuries to the offensive line played a big role in the unproductive run game of the Giants during the 2013 season. To replace Snee, the Giants will likely turn to Brandon Mosley, who has 59 career snaps.
Snee was a four-time Pro Bowler, three-time All-Pro and two-time Super Bowl Champion.
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