At 32-years old and coming off of hip and elbow surgery, guard Chris Snee feels like he's well again to play in the NFL, but not just for anyone.

“At this point it’s not about money for me," said Snee, in an article with the New York Post. "I’m a Giant, I couldn’t imagine myself playing for any other organization.’’

Snee played only 13 games last year and with the Giants re-doing their entire offensive front, the nine year veteran would have to take cut to relieve some of the $7.2 million coming his way with a $11.75 million cap hit.

"I love this team, I love everything about being a Giant and I want to help the team as much as I can. For me to come back lets you believe I think I can help."

The fixture at center, David Baas, will most likely be released and longtime anchor David Diehl has retired. If Snee comes back, the Giants would have at least some familiarity to tag along with second year tackle Justin Pugh and horrid veteran tackle Will Beatty (who will be entering the second year of a 5-year, $39 million contract).