>>Giants' Wilson Cleared To Return After Neck Surgery
(East Rutherford, NJ) -- New York Giants running back David Wilson is medically cleared to begin training camp. He took to social media to post the news after a CT scan on his surgically-repaired neck came back clean. Wilson had a fusion of the vertebrae in January to repair a herniated disc, putting his career in doubt. He was hurt in a Week Five game against Philadelphia. The Giants are set to open training camp today.
>>Giants' Chris Snee Retires
(East Rutherford, NJ) -- New York Giants offensive lineman Chris Snee is calling it a career. Snee announced his retirement on the team's website on Monday. The 32-year-old made four Pro Bowls and won two Super Bowls as a member of the Giants. New York selected him in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft. Snee is the son-and-law of Giants head coach Tom Coughlin, and is the father of three of Coughlin's 11 grandchildren. Giants president John Mara says Snee "was one of the greatest offensive linemen in Giants history, and he'll be on that Ring of Honor someday."
>>Lions To Honor Late Owner With Uniform Patch
(Allen Park, MI) -- The Detroit Lions will pay tribute to longtime owner William Clay Ford this season. Players will wear a patch on their uniform with the letters WCF inside a black football shape with two stripes in the Lions' colors of blue and silver. Ford passed away in March. He bought the team in November 1963 and became sole owner in January 1964. The Lions will debut the patches in their regular season opener September 8th on "Monday Night Football."