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Giants' Marcus McKesan out of season with torn anterior cruciate ligament

What appeared to be badly injured on Friday night turned out to be the case of rookie guard Marcus Mackesan .  He tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee and was placed on the reserve/injured reserve list on Saturday, meaning he will miss the entire 2022 season.

Makesan, a 6-foot-7-inch, 335-pound colossal offensive man, has lined up guards at his camp primarily in training, but has also done his training crosses in tackles. I was.  He went down during a pass block  during UW scrimmage andhad to be carted off the field at MetLife Stadium.  

 A fifth-round pick, Makesan was one of two offensive linemen drafted out of the North Carolina Giants.  Another guard, Josh Ezdu, was caught in the third round and is now backing up Shane Lemieux at left guard.

Giants guard Marcus McKethan tore his ACL during Friday's scrimmage.
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Giants guard Marcus McKethan (60) will miss the 2022 season due to a torn ACL.
Robert Sabo/New York Post

This summer has not been kind to the depths of the Giants' offensive line.  Veteran Matt Gono signed in the offseason as a backup left tackle and right tackle. Last Wednesday, he was placed on the waiver/left team list, dealing with a potentially career-ending neck issue. He signed Will Holden, a 28-year-old swing tackle who played and started nine games.