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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 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.
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