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Topic - Kareem Mckenzie
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.
Less than a week after getting their running game going, the New York Giants' offensive line is suddenly in flux.
Normally a right tackle in place of the departed Kareem McKenzie, the 6-foot-6, 330-pound Brewer said he's been flip-flopping sides.
"Tragedies affect all of us in different ways," McKenzie said. "Sometimes we have this superficial view of the world because we're insulated from everything that transpires, given that it's football, football, football, week in and week out. And to have something like that happen in your life makes you aware that life is more than just what you do for a living, what you enjoy doing. It's about the connections and the relationships that you have."