Coupled with the departure of fellow veteran O-Lineman Rich Seubert,this news signals a significant remodeling of an aging unit that at one time was the strongest in the league.
O'hara was a solid if not standout player during his time in New York, which started when he was signed as a free agent in 2004. Moving from G to C, The Hillsborough native helped both RB Brandon Jacobs and Derrick Ward rush for over 1,000 yards each during the 2008 campaign.
O'Hara leaves a vacancy at C that Adam Koets will compete to fill during camp. Koets played well when O'hara was lost to injury in 2010, but suffered a torn ACL himself in Seattle.
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