New York Giants: RG Chris Snee’s Hip Surgery Signals Change on the Horizon

January 23, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

New York Giants right guard Chris Snee will represent his team in the Pro Bowl for the fourth time in five seasons on Sunday, but an ugly cloud will hang over the nine-year veteran’s head during his 2013 trip to Hawaii.  Snee is planning on having hip surgery after the Pro Bowl, according to Jenny Vrentas of The Newark Star-Ledger.
It wasn’t that long ago.  The Giants were an overall young team during their first Super Bowl run in 2007.  Veterans like defensive end Michael Strahan and wide receivers Amani Toomer and Plaxico Burress led a core of green talent like fourth-year quarterback Eli Manning and third-year defensive end Justin Tuck.
Time has not been kind to these Giants.  Many of the once-promising youngsters will find themselves on the wrong side of 30 when the 2013 season kicks off next September.
Manning, 32, and Tuck, 29, have accomplished a lot during their careers, including Super Bowl XLII and XLVII victories.  Still, t...

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