Do the New York Giants have any of the top-10 most overrated players in the NFL?

Yesterday, the fine folks at Grantland released the second half of their annual NFL trade value list, which ranks each player in the league based on how much interest they would garner on the open market. It’s an interesting list, one that is fun to compare with a similar piece cover32 posted earlier in the offseason. While there were plenty of similarities between the two...
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Top-60 fantasy running backs for 2014 released- New York Giants have two guys

With training camps getting underway this week, the NFL season is right around the corner. And that can only mean one thing: Fantasy football drafts are about to start happening. In order to get a jump on the competition, it’s never to early to start putting together a draft board. To help the cause, cover32 will be ranking each position, with updates from now until the start of...
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Snee retires respected as a man, but long-shot HOFer

Chris Snee announced his retirement from the NFL this week after a decade of playing right guard for the Giants. His family was standing by as he reportedly choked on the words while meeting with the media, his wife and three kids apparently taking the news even harder than he did. His father-in-law, who also happens to be Head Coach Tom Coughlin, had nothing but great things to...
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New York Giants: Start of training camp

Chris Snee The New York Giants are off to an interesting start with training camp. A career has ended and they have already faced injury two days in. Let’s hope the rest of camp goes a little smoother, or we’ll be in for a rough couple of weeks. On Monday, Chris Snee’s ten years in the NFL came to an end, an end most people saw coming except for Snee. He broke the news to the...
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Top candidates to replace Chris Snee for the New York Giants

After ten seasons and four Pro Bowl appearances, long time Giants guard Chris Snee decided to retire on Monday. His retirement means that Eli Manning is the last remaining member of the 2007 Super Bowl champion team. Snee also leaves a whole in the Giants already shaky offensive line. Luckily for the G-Men there is no shortage of personnel ready to step in and take over starting...
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New York Giants Training Camp: Why Rodgers-Cromartie and Co Will Improve the Pass Rush

The new improved secondary in action at Giants camp this week. Photo courtesy of the License Plate Guy (LPG) Facebook Fan PageFrank GrayBGB EditorThe past few months have been emotionally mixed for fans of the New York Giants. We watched big brother Peyton get trounced on the World's biggest stage while wondering where our own team was heading.With the loss of Justin Tuck and...
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Giants News: Chris Snee retires

New York Giants guard, Chris Snee, was the only player to have been on the team as long as veteran quarterback Eli Manning. After ten years with the Giants, four of which earned him Pro Bowl appearances, Chris Snee officially announced his retirement. The Giants' official site reported on the events while highlighting the factors that led to Snee's decision.#138762685...
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Giants Four Time Pro Bowl Guard Chris Snee Retires

On a day that saw David Wilson take to twitter to celebrate his return to professional football, New York Giants fans also were dealt a devastating blow as offensive line stalwart, Guard; Chris Snee announced his retirement from professional football. Snee had been battling with complications from elbow and hip surgeries and was forced to shut it down during OTA’s. The four time...
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Five New York Giants veterans to keep an eye on as training camp opens

With the opening of training camp on Tuesday, the time has arrived for players to strap on the pads and go to work. For some, training camp represents a chance to get into football shape and work on fundamentals. But for others, training camp represents an audition; their chance to make a statement in order to make the 53-man regular season roster. A third group consists of players...
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John Mara: Chris Snee will be in the Giants ring of honor

New York Giants co-owner John Mara made it clear on the day that Chris Snee retired that he will be indicted into their ring of honor. John Mara says Snee will be in the #Giants ring of honor someday. Figured that had to be inevitable. — Conor Orr (@ConorTOrr) July 21, 2014 Snee will go down as one of the greatest Giants players of all-time. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551...
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Training Camp Begins

The 2014 NY Giants season starts with training camp, which begins with its first practice tomorrow.  Two big news items hit in the past 24 hours: (1) Snee is retiring and (2) Wilson is completely cleared to practice and play football. Chris Snee’s body simply wore down before his desire.  While Snee was ready to fight another campaign, his hips and elbow were unable to answer...
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Giants signed G John Sullen

With guard Chris Snee retiring on Monday, the New York Giants signed guard John Cullen. Cullen was signed by the Bengals after going undrafted in 2013, but ended up being waive in late August of last year. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Giants signed G John Sullen...
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Giants Injury Update: Chris Snee retires

New York Giants guard Chris Snee missed June's minicamp as he continued to recover from offseason elbow surgery, which led to speculation about his status for the coming season. ESPN's Dan Graziano originally reported on Sunday night that Snee would announce his retirement, and an official announcement came on Monday.#138762685 / gettyimages.comSnee was originally drafted...
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Giants Sign G John Sullen

  According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Giants have signed G John Sullen to a contract on Monday. This news comes just a few hours after long-time Giants G Chris Snee announced his retirement from the NFL. Giants co-owner John Mara mentioned earlier in the day that they had no plans to sign a veteran offensive lineman, but it appears as though the front office felt it was wise to...
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Giants signed former Auburn mauler to replace Chris Snee

Today the New York Giants acted quickly to fill the roster spot of Chris Snee, who retired today after 11 seasons. @ConorTOrr: John Sullen, a 2013 UDFA G/T out of Auburn, has been signed in place of Chris Snee. #nyg The Giants signed John Sullen the big mauler from Auburn who was invited to the […] The post Giants signed former Auburn mauler to replace Chris Snee appeared first...
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Giants Super Bowl 42 offensive line is now completely gone

The New York Giants offensive line of Kareem McKenzie, David Diehl, Chris Snee, Rich Seubert and Shaun O’Hara is completely gone.  All five players are now retired from the NFL after Snee called it quits on Monday. It is done. We had a great ride boys. #BigBlue @Giants #OL — Shaun O'Hara (@ShaunOHara60) July 21, 2014 You could argue that the...
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New York Giants’ Chris Snee announces he will retire

After 10 NFL seasons, former Pro Bowl guard Chris Snee will retire. He spent the entirety of his pro football career as a member of the New York Giants after being selected in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft out of Boston College. “I know it’s my time,” Snee said in a press release. Snee was battling to return from a multitude of injuries, the greatest of which was offseason...
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New York Giants: G Chris Snee Retires

Geoff Burke – USA SPORTS Today The New York Giants lost the only returning starter on their interior offensive line on Monday, as lifelong Giant Chris Snee called it quits. Snee racked up a few injuries over the past season and his body just wasn’t holding up anymore. He was struggling to recover from elbow surgery this offseason and ultimately decided to walk away from the...
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Giants’ Chris Snee announces retirement

New York Giants guard Chris Snee announced his retirement from the NFL on Monday. “I know it’s my time,” Snee said. Snee, a two-time Super Bowl champ, felt that he wouldn’t be able to recover from a surgically-repaired right elbow. “Before OTAs started I was confident,” Snee said. “I was moving around great and I was strong enough where I felt that I could play and...
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Antrel Rolle: Chris Snee fought 100 percent of the time

Giants safety Antrel Rolle posted a tribute to guard Chris Snee on his Instagram page. “This one hurts…… U always have guys that come to fight with you on the gridiron but very rarely do u find a guy who FIGHTS 100% of the time no matter how he feels. This guy gave the team his all. I begged him to come back and give me one more year. He tried but I guess it’s time for him...
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Chris Snee officially retires from the NFL

New York Giants offensive guard Chris Snee officially announce his retirement from the NFL today. “I think Chris was everything you could ever hope for in a player: toughness, integrity, and a lot of pride,” Giants president and chief executive officer John Mara said, via “Winning mattered to him. I think he set a great example for all of the other players. He...
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Giants right guard Chris Snee retires after 11 years in NFL

Today Chris Snee the son-in-law of Tom Coughlin has called it quits.  The Giants’ 11th-year right guard is expected to announce his retirement on Monday, Dan Graziano of reported. Snee, 32, has made 141 starts for the Giants since joining the club in 2004. He was a Pro Bowl starter in 2012, but hip and elbow […] The post Giants right guard Chris Snee retires after...
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Giants G Chris Snee to retire from NFL

Photo: AP New York Giants G Chris Snee made a name for himself aside from being the son in-law to coach Tom Coughlin. Snee, a four-time Pro Bowler, has battled numerous injuries the past couple of seasons, and is now set to retire from the NFL. This is an unfortunate loss for the Giants on the offensive line, as Snee was one of the leaders of the group. The team certainly missed...
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FN's 'Monday Morning Huddle': Vikings Suspend Special Teams Coach

Football Nation proudly presents the eighth episode in season three of "Monday Morning Huddle" with host Dave Holcomb. This week's podcast starts with the Minnesota Vikings and the suspension the franchise handed out to its special teams coach Mike Priefer. In former Vikings punter Chris Kluwe's story and letter to Deadspin, Kluwe included several anecdotes where...
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Chris Snee to Retire

Article via: ESPN’s Dan Graziano reports Giants RG Chris Snee will announce his retirement from the NFL on Monday. Hat tip to Giants blog Big Blue Interactive for having this before anyone else. Initial reports indicated Snee would meet with team brass to discuss retirement, but Graziano reports Snee “has indeed decided to retire” at age 32. The four-time Pro...
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