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Giants’ Pro Bowl OL Chris Snee returned to practice yesterday after missing last week’s game with a concussion – the first of his football life.
from Mike Vorunkov of the Star-Ledger:
Now, rested and back to health after a bye week, the Giants have regained something that has been unfamiliar to them as of late: an offensive line in place with all five starters. And just in...
http://www.nj.com/giants/index.ssf/2011/10/giants_chris_snee_returns_givi.htmlGiants guard Chris Snee returned to practice today after missing time with a concussion.By Mike Vorkunov - Star Ledger 10/25/11
The blow to his head came early in the game, and what Chris Snee remembered was that it was “a pretty good shot”. He kept playing, though, because he always keeps playing. It’s what football players do.
Only later, in the fourth quarter of the Giants’ loss to Seattle on Oct. 9, did Snee ...
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/giants/2011/10/25/2011-10-25_ny_giants_bye_week_does_chris_snee_some_good_as_guard_is_cleared_to_play_vs_dolp.htmlChris Snee takes a shot in Week 6, but is ready to go against Miami after the bye.By Ralph Vacchiano - NY Dailynews 10
Here's one of the few times you'll ever get an offensive lineman to admit that he held someone: Chris Snee, who suffered a concussion against the Seahawks a little more than two weeks ago, said he was in such bad shape coming off the field in the fourth quarter of that game that he had to grab on to the referee in order to keep from falling over.
Number of others return as well to formerly depleted roster
Chris Snee didn’t think it was that big a deal three Sundays ago against Seattle. His head hurt, but that wasn’t the first time.“I’ve had headaches before,” Snee said yesterday. “Later on, when the dizziness and everything else hit me, I could tell it was more...
The hit to Chris Snee's head wasn't anything unusual, so he kept playing because that's what football players do. Only later, in the fourth quarter of the Giants' loss to Seattle on Oct. 9, did Snee realize how serious it was. The 29-year-old guard was blocking downfield and barely bumped heads with Ahmad Bradshaw and the headache that had lingered for three quarters...
Our friend at Giants.com, Mike Eisen, tells us all about right guard Chris Snee's return to the practice field after getting concussed in the loss to Seattle.
EAST RUTHERFORD - The referee was all he had to hold onto, so Chris Snee reached out and grabbed him to prevent himself from collapsing on the field.
The right guard had played with a headache for most of the Oct. 9 loss to Seattle after taking a "pretty good shot early on." But after bumping helmets with teammate Ahmad Bradshaw in the fourth quarter, he could no longer...
Here are some player quotes from Monday’s media sessions at TIMEX….
OL Chris Snee on his concussion:
“I took a pretty good shot early on, but was never dizzy or anything like that. But is was a good shot. I bumped it later on and that is what I think pushed it over.”
“I remember grabbing on to the referee ’cause if I didn’t I was going down.”
LB Mathias Kiwanuka...
Injured Giants ready to return to battleTUCK & ROLL: Injured Giants Justin Tuck (above), Brandon Jacobs, Chris Snee and rookie Prince Amukamara appear ready to return to Big Blue’s lineup.By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 10/25/11
Six teams had last week off. Al of them return from the break with reasons to smile. Giants: They got Justin Tuck, Prince Amukamara, Brandon Jacobs and Chris Snee returned to practice Monday. They watched their closest competition in the division — Washington — lose to the one-win Panthers. Patriots: Following losses by San Diego…
The Giants were back on the practice field this morning and had just about everyone participating, including the four players who sat out against Buffalo last Sunday: OL Chris Snee, DE Justin Tuck, RB Brandon Jacobs andFB Henry Hynoski.
CB Prince Amukamara, who missed the first six games with a broken bone in his foot, was out on the field but coach Tom Coughlin said the team was...