Giants profitable condition after Chris Snee accepted the new job

Chris Snee, an assistant, accepted a new job with the New York Giants

After participating in the program for the last two years, Snee is going back to his NFL home.
Chris Snee, the offensive line assistant coach, is leaving Boston College to take a position with the New York Giants. An insider at Boston College affirmed what the New York Post had reported earlier this week. Snee, a native of New Jersey, will now be nearer to her family.

According to an ESPN report: “Snee makes his way back to the Giants after multiple stints as a player. He made multiple pitches to be an offensive line-specific scout and even had an interview with Joe Schoen, general manager, in 2022.”

Snee was hired in 2022 by former Boston College head coach Jeff Hafley, where he served as an assistant. In addition, he was involved in recruiting and maintained touch with prospects the institution was interested in. In 2022, he was employed by offensive line coaches Dave Deguglielmo, and in 2023, by Matt Applebaum.

After playing for Boston College, Snee—the son-in-law of former Boston College and Giants head coach Tom Coughlin—was selected by the New York Giants in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft. In his last season at Boston College, he was selected by The NFL Draft Report to the first team of the Big East Conference and the second team of the America. He was born and raised in Chestnut Hill. In the NFL, Snee was selected to four Pro Bowls, won two Super Bowls (both against the New England Patriots), and was named to the First Team All Pro in 2008. In 2014, he announced his retirement from the NFL after battling a hip issue.

Doug Marrone, an assistant this year who has coached offensive line in the past, most recently with the Alabama Crimson Tide, is one of several new coaches that head coach Bill O’Brien has added to the team.

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