BINGHAMTON -- Next week football fans can start celebrating, because training camps are set to open up.
And Montrose-native Chris Snee, who stopped by NYSEG Stadium Tuesday, says he's ready. Unlike last season, with the NFL lockout, teams have been able to hold off-season OTA's and mini-camps, which according to Snee, makes all the difference when trying to prepare for the tough grind of the NFL schedule.
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