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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Adam Koets
The New York Giants have waived veteran offensive lineman Adam Koets from the reserve-physically unable to perform list.
The New York Giants have told center and player representative Shaun O'Hara and guard Rich Seubert that they will be released.
The New York Giants' offensive line apparently is going to get another makeover.
While injuries have forced the New York Giants to shuffle their offensive line the past month, quarterback Eli Manning certainly hasn't felt any effects.
New York Giants left tackle Shawn Andrews has been released from the hospital following treatment for a chronic back condition.
The New York Giants appear to have lost their second left tackle in Shawn Andrews.
Pro Bowl center Shaun O'Hara's swollen left ankle is causing concern for the New York Giants.
"Everyone wants to play," Koets said between practices on Tuesday. "It is an opportunity for me and I just have to make the most of it."
"I kind of realized I have been here three years and it's time for me to step up and play," said Koets, who can play any position on the line. "It's an opportunity for me I have to show what I can do."