The Giants have suffered a setback in their plan to give a facelift to their offensive line.
OG Rich Seubert has been sidelined by a broken bone in his left hand. He'll be examined Saturday by Dr. Russell Warren.
Seubert was wearing a splint on his left wrist and arm when he arrived at lunch at the team's training camp at the University of Albany. He refused to comment about the injury, which he suffered Thursday night in the first full-pads workout.
Seubert, 31, has started 46 games for the Giants over the past three seasons, but breakdowns in the play of the offensive line last season have led to speculation that the O-line will be revamped for 2010.
Elsewhere on the offensive line, Pro Bowl C Shaun O'Hara has yet to practice at training camp because of a swollen left ankle, which is caused by a chronic condition in the joint.
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