Giants Appoint Chris Snee, a Former OL, as a Scout

Giants Appoint Chris Snee, a Former OL, as a Scout

Two-time Super Bowl winner Snee is going back to the only NFL team he has ever been a part of.
Chris Snee, a former offensive lineman for the New York Giants who was involved in the team’s last two Super Bowl victories, has been brought on as a scout.

Snee, a 2004 second-round selection of the Giants out of Boston College, started at right guard in all 141 of his games for the team. Along with winning two Super Bowl titles (XLII and XLVI), Snee was selected to four Pro Bowls (2008–2010 and 2012) and was awarded a first-team All-Pro in 2008. He was also selected to a second-team All-Pro in 2009 and 2010.

Snee was a team captain for the Giants, who were led by his father-in-law, Tom Coughlin, when he was inducted into the Giants’ “Ring of Honor” in 2015. Following the 2013 season, the offensive lineman decided to retire due to limitations in his once-dominant skill set caused by injuries.
Snee, who was also selected to the 2004 Pro Football Writers of America All-Rookie Team, had previously worked as Coughlin’s executive vice president for the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he focused on the offensive line and helped Tony Sparano, Jr. and Pat Flaherty, the Giants’ position coach, coach the team.

Snee, 42, most recently worked as an analyst at Boston College. Snee’s duties in his new position with the Giants will surely entail scouting offensive linemen.

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