The New York Giants offensive line with be re-configured once again on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Adam Snyder who started at guard last week, is out Sunday with a knee injury. Defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins (calf) and linebacker Jacquian Williams (concussion/shoulder) are also both out vs. the Jaguars.
Per reports from beat writers, Giants coach Tom Coughlin has announced that rookie Weston Richburg, benched last week in favor of Snyder, will return to the starting role at left guard. Per those media reports, Coughlin has been happy with Richburg, who was unhappy about being benched a week ago.
The offensive line situation is clouded by the fact that Justin Pugh, who missed last week's game with a quad injury, is questionable. If he can't play, Geoff Schwartz will once again fill in at right tackle. If Pugh is able to play the logical move would appear to be for Schwartz to slide over to right guard, replacing John Jerry.
Defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka (knee) is also questionable.