Coughlin worried about Giants' centers

Posted Feb. 25, 2011 @ 3:46 p.m.
Posted By Eric Edholm

Giants head coach Tom Coughlin, like most NFL coaches, is typically tight-lipped about his team's needs. But he did offer one position the team is likely to improve in the offseason. "I'll just say one — the center position is a concern," Coughlin said at the NFL Scouting Combine. "We have injuries at that spot." Starting C Shaun O'Hara has foot and ankle concerns, and the man who replaced him — Rich Seubert — has had a history of serious injuries and is coming off a major knee injury suffered in Week 17 that has left his future very much up in the air. As for Seubert's progress, Coughlin said: "I don't think for a guy to be 31, 32 (years old) is necessarily (that) he is too old to play the game. Richie is making good progress. It is a very serious injury. If there is anybody who can overcome, it is going to be that guy. He is one tough guy."