Found March 07, 2012 on Giants Football Today:
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According to Jeff Roberts of the Bergen Record, the New York Giants have told right tackle Kareem McKenzie to “go shopping,” since they don’t plan on bringing back the 33 year-old soon-to-be free agent.

McKenzie is the latest veteran that the Giants will be moving on from.  Last offseason they decided let both Rich Seubert and Shaun O’Hara go.

It looks like the Giants are ready to move on with guard Mitch Petrus and tackle James Brewer.

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