Giants rule out McKenzie with groin injury

The inactive players for Sunday’s game between the Cardinals and Giants were just announced. The Giants will be without starting RT Kareem McKenzie, who will miss his first start this season, due to a groin injury he suffered last week. It will mark his first missed start since the 2006 season, breaking a streak of 38 consecutive starts by the Giants’ offensive line.

No other surprises for the Giants, who had already ruled out LB Michael Boley (knee), DT Chris Canty (calf) and CB Aaron Ross (hamstring) earlier in the week. The Giants also deactivated WR Ramses Barden, RB Gartrell Johnson, OT Adam Koets and WR Sinorice Moss.

Cardinals WR Anquan Boldin is active despite being limited in practice during the week due to an ankle injury.

The Cardinals’ inactives: S Rashad Johnson, LB Reggie Walker, G Herman Johnson, OT Brandon Keith, WR Early Doucet, TE Stephen Spach and TE Dominique Byrd. Brian St. Pierre was listed as the team’s No. 3 QB.

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