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‘Marcus McKethan’

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Marcus McKethan, a rookie guard, really had what appeared to be a serious injury on Friday night.

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He will miss the whole 2022 season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. He was added to the reserve/injured list on Saturday.

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McKethan, a mammoth 6-foot-7, 335-pound offensive lineman

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primarily lining up at guard in training camp but had been cross-training at tackle

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He fell while pass blocking during the Blue-White scrimmage at MetLife Stadium and had to be carried off the field.

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McKethan was one of two offensive linemen from North Carolina whom the Giants picked in the fifth round of the draught.

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Josh Ezeudu, another guard who was selected in the third round, is now Shane Lemieux's backup at left guard.

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This summer has not been kind to the depth on the Giants’ offensive line.

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Veteran Matt Gono, signed in the offseason to serve as the backup at left and right tackle

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last Wednesday was placed on the exempt/left squad list and is dealing with what could be a career-ending neck issue

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That prompted the Giants to sign Will Holden, a 28-year old swing tackle who has played in 27 games, with nine starts

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