Giants Super Bowl Champion Returning to Team in a Front Office Role

Chris Snee is returning to the New York Giants this time as a scout
Jan 26, 2013, Honolulu, HI, USA; New York Giants guard Chris Snee (76) and quarterback Eli Manning
Jan 26, 2013, Honolulu, HI, USA; New York Giants guard Chris Snee (76) and quarterback Eli Manning / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Giants have a franchise legend joining the front office in former offensive tackle Chris Snee. Chris Snee played for the New York Giants from 2004 to 2013 winning two Super Bowls, with three All-Pro Seasons, and was named to the Pro Bowl Four Times before being named to the New York Giants Ring of Honor.

After retiring, Chris Snee went to work for his former coach and father-in-law Tom Coughlin as a Scout for the Jacksonville Jaguars. While at Jacksonville, Snee worked as a scout and a coaching assistant alongside offensive line coach Pat Flaherty and assistant offensive line coach Tony Sparano Jr.

Snee then went to Boston College in 2022 where he worked as an offensive Analyst under head coach Jeff Hafley.

He'll now return to the franchise where he spent his entire career as a player, this time as a scout under General Manager Joe Schoen. He interviewed with Joe Schoen in 2022 for a job, butSchoen initially passed on hiring Snee.

Chris Snee could be a massive help for the Giants front office as the team has had issues along the offensive line since his retirement. The Giants gave up a jarring 85 sacks in 2023 and made it their focus this offseason, signing Jon Runyan Jr and Jermaine Eluemunor. Snee's input could help a younger player like Evan Neal who has all the talent in the world but hasn't yet found his groove in the NFL.

Bringing in Snee makes a ton of sense for the Giants

The New York Giants finally bringing Snee into the front office is a brilliant move that will likely work out for both sides. The Giants get a scout that is experienced on the offensive line and knows what players need to be successful in a city like New York. They also get a person in the building who can share tips and advice with younger players hopefully helping Giants players stick around longer. This is a overall great move by Joe Schoen and the Giants front office.

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