Chris Snee takes massive pay-cut to remain with Giants

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New York Giants right guard Chris Snee has taken a big paycut to stay with the team.

There were some reports earlier this winter that Snee could retire but instead he will take a paycut lowering his salary from $7.2 million to just $1.1 million. He can also make another $1 million in incentives. He was set to count $11.75 million against the salary cap prior to this pay cut.

When healthy Snee remains a more than capable offensive lineman.

Snee is the son in-law of Giants head coach Tom Coughlin. He appeared in just three games last season.