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Shaun O'Hara back under the knife

Posted on: March 31, 2011 8:31 pm
Posted by Andy BenoitS. O'Hara (US Presswire)

Though he made his third consecutive Pro Bowl, Giants center Shaun O’Hara actually had one of his worst seasons in 2010. The 33-year-old veteran battled injuries and played in just six games, struggling noticeably down the stretch.

This offseason has not been much smoother. According to ESPN New York’s Ohm Youngmisuk, O’Hara this week underwent his second surgery since the New Year. He had his left ankle and Achilles cleaned out. The operation was expected and not related to the January procedure in which O’Hara had two screws inserted in his right foot. The screws are there to stabilize a joint and enable a ligament to heal after it was damaged by last season’s Lisfranc injury.

O’Hara said at the beginning of March that doctors told him he’d start running again in mid-May.

Essentially everyone who snapped the ball to Eli Manning in 2010 is currently recovering from surgery. Guard Rich Seubert, who filled in at center when O’Hara was shelved, is rehabbing repaired ligament and tendon damage resulting from his dislocated kneecap. Backup Adam Koets is coming off a torn ACL.

It would be a surprise if the Giants don’t draft at least one interior lineman in April.

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