Found October 25, 2011 on Giants Football Blog:
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 time as the Miami Dolphins come in fresh off a seven-sack performance Sunday against the Denver Broncos. “It’ll be a good thing,” said coach Tom Coughlin, also Snee’s father-in-law.

Update on CB Prince Amukamara Prince Amukamara felt good in his first practice back but said he understands that he will need to learn to crawl before he can walk.By Dan Salomone - 10/25/11

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