A two-time Super Bowl winner and four-time Pro Bowler, the 10-year veteran might not need surgery, although he said, ''that's likely what we're looking at.'' He had offseason surgery on his other hip.
A second-round draft choice in 2004, Snee started 152 of 159 regular-season and postseason games. Another veteran, David Diehl, will replace him at right guard against Philadelphia on Sunday.
Snee also is the son-in-law of Giants coach Tom Coughlin.
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