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If Chris Snee didn’t play to the high standard to which we are all accustomed, it was solely due to his serious hip injury, which required surgery after the season’s third game. It’s difficult to say whether Snee will return to the field because he hasn’t said if he wants to continue playing. Snee is rehabilitating his hip and elbow (which he said was surgically-repaired). If he feels well enough and the desire is there, then perhaps he comes back for an 11th season. We’ll likely know sometime in the spring, if not before. The fact that he’s Coughlin’s son-in-law will not enter into the decision, which will be based on what’s best for Chris Snee and the Giants.
Hillis hasn’t said publicly whether he wants to return. If he does, whether he returns to the Giants will be determined by several factors, including whether or not he wants to be here (he said he enjoyed his time with the team) and whether the team has an opening in the backfield. The Giants first must learn whether
If JPP or Wilson cannot make it back from offseason surgery, are the Giants relieved of the cap hit by these players?
First of all,