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Giants reportedly to part with two-time champion RT McKenzie

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The New York Giants had to make some tough personnel decisions before beginning their Super Bowl-winning season in 2011, saying goodbye to receiver Steve Smith and offensive linemen Rich Seubert and Shaun O’Hara. Now general manager Jerry Reese is off to a similar start to 2012, as right tackle Kareem McKenzie reportedly is the next one on his way out of town.

McKenzie, who is due to become a free agent on March 13, has been informed by the team that he won't be offered another contract, according to The Bergen Record.

McKenzie, 32, was a linchpin on both of Tom Coughlin's Super Bowl winning teams in 2007 and 2011. He has started 153 of 161 career games in the NFL.

The Giants are banking on the right side of the line being held down by emerging guard Mitch Petrus and second-year tackle James Brewer out of Indiana.

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