Chris Snee is a former professional football guard. Snee attended Boston College, where he played for the Boston College Eagles football team. He was a second-team All-America selection and an All-Big East Conference first-team choice by The NFL Draft Report in his final season at Boston College.
Snee played his entire ten-year career for the NFL's New York Giants. He was chosen by the Giants in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft. Snee earned two Super Bowl rings with the Giants in Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI, both over the New England Patriots. In 2007, Snee started all 16 regular season games and the Giants' four postseason games. He was an integral part of an offense that helped the Giants score 373 points (the fifth-highest total in franchise history) and compile 321 first downs (the fourth-highest total by a Giants team) and 5,302 yards (seventh in team history. Snee entered the 2008 season with 48 consecutive regular season starts, the third-longest streak on the Giants behind David Diehl (80) and Eli Manning (55).
In May 2017, he was hired by Jacksonville Jaguars' executive vice-president Tom Coughlin to be a scout for the Jaguars. He would also served as an assistant and help offensive line coach Pat Flaherty and assistant offensive line coach Tony Sparano Jr. with the offensive linemen throughout training camp.