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Chris Snee placed on New York Giants' injured reserve

The news surrounding the New York Giants' offensive line continues to get worse.

Four-time Pro Bowl pick Chris Snee has been placed on injured reserve Friday, the team announced. Snee, who is Giants coach Tom Coughlin's son-in-law, had hip surgery in the offseason and appears to have injured his hip again. He reportedly could barely walk last week. He's been the Giants' best offensive lineman for years. The New York Daily News believes Snee's injury potentially is career-ending.

Longtime veteran David Diehl is expected to return to the lineup this week at right guard, but center David Baas (neck) remains hurt. We rarely have seen an offensive line play worse than that of the Giants over the last two weeks. Eli Manning has had no chance, and the Giants' running backs are seeing way too many defenders in the backfield.

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