Snee appeared in the NFC Divisional Game in 2011. Christopher Snee (born January 18, 1982) is a retired American football guard who spent his entire ten-year career with the National Football League's New York Giants. He attended Boston College and was drafted by the Giants in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft. As of 2016, he is the longest-tenured player on the Giants' roster.
He has also played for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins. With the Giants, he has been part of two Super Bowl victories: in 2007 over New England and again in 2012 against San Francisco. He was selected to the Pro Bowl after the 2008 season when he started all 16 games at left guard.
After the 2009 season, Snee signed a five-year, $47.5 million contract extension with $20 million guaranteed. The deal included $10 million due at signing, $7.5 million due at the end of the first year, and another $7.5 million due at the end of the fourth year.
In 2010, he started 15 games at left guard and missed four contests due to injury. He returned to action in November 2011 after missing three games due to a hamstring injury. In 2012, Snee started all 16 games at left guard for the first time in his career and was named to his first Pro Bowl team. He was also voted by his teammates as the most important player on their team.
Snee attended Boston College and was a member of the Eagles football team. In his last season at Boston College, he was named second-team All-America and first-team All-Big East Conference by The NFL Draft Report. He finished his career with 44 tackles (30 solo) and 10 sacks.
After graduating from BC, Snee entered the 1997 NFL Draft. He was selected third overall by the New York Jets and played in 49 games over eight seasons with them. Snee had 15 sacks during that time.
He moved to the New York Giants after being traded by the Jets in 2005. Snee started all 16 games that year and recorded 7.5 sacks. In 2009, Snee joined the Houston Texans as their new left guard. He started 13 games at that position before being injured and losing part of the season. Snee returned to action in 2010 but was released by the Texans after one season. He finished his NFL career with 68 appearances, 45 starts, and 12.5 sacks.
In 2011, Snee signed with the New York Football Giants. However, he was released before the start of the season after failing a drug test. He later admitted to using marijuana regularly throughout his career.
Snee is the brother of Baltimore Ravens center Matt Snee. They are both sons of John Snee.
Chris Snee, left, with son Dylan, 5, wife Kate, and son Cooper, 2. Kate is Coach Tom Coughlin's daughter. Photographer: Former Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi stated that similar concerns were raised before the organization selected Snee.
In 2003, he started every game at right guard, including the San Francisco Bowl, providing superb blocking for tailback Derrick Knight, who finished fourth in the country in running with 1,721 yards.
Matt Szczur: He debuted in Major League Baseball (MLB) in 2014 with the Chicago Cubs and has previously played for the San Diego Padres. Prior to his professional baseball career, he played football and baseball at Villanova University. In 2011, he was drafted by the Cubs in the eighth round of the MLB draft.
He made his debut on April 17, 2014 against the San Francisco Giants at Wrigley Field. He got two hits out of the batting order first base position in that game which helped lead the Cubs to a win. His brother John also plays for the Cubs. The two brothers were reunited with the Cubs after both playing for the San Diego Padres in 2009. They are the first pair of Szczerbiński family members to play for the same major league team since 1983 when Tom's father Jody played for the Los Angeles Dodgers and his uncle Bob Jr. played for the Cubs.
In 2015, he finished with 26 RBIs and 9 homeruns while playing 114 games.
In 2016, he started off strong by hitting over.300 with at least one hit in each game he played in April before an injury slowed him down later in the season. He ended up finishing with 34 RBIs and 10 homeruns while playing all 160 games.
Mark Frederick Schlereth (/'SlerIth/; born January 25, 1966) is a retired American football player and current television and radio sportscaster. Schlereth was a guard in the National Football League for 12 seasons (1989–2000) with the Washington Redskins and Denver Broncos. He was a first-team All-Pro selection in 1999 and 2000.
Schlereth was drafted by the Redskins out of Washington State University. He started at left guard for the majority of his rookie season before moving to right guard as a sophomore. In 1989, he started all 16 games at right guard for the first of three consecutive Pro Bowl selections. In 1998, he started 15 games at left guard before missing the final game of the season with a knee injury. The following year, he started 13 games at right guard before being moved back to left guard for one final season in 2000. Schlereth finished his career with 70 appearances as a starter and was part of two more 10-win teams in 1994 and 1995. He announced his retirement on March 30, 2001.
After ending his playing career, Schlereth became a commentator for ESPN's Monday Night Football program and NBC's coverage of the Olympics. He has also done color commentary for Seattle Seahawks radio broadcasts as well as college football on FOX Sports West and the Pac-12 Network.
He played high school football in Colton, California, and went on to star at Washington State University.