The New York Giants have pressing needs to address along the offensive line. Which available free agents should Jerry Reese be evaluating?
The New York Giants have holes to fill across the offensive line. Guard Justin Pugh and center Weston Richburg have solidified their respective places on the depth chart, but there are questions marks at the other three positions.
If the Giants are going to address those voids, then many believe the operative approach to doing so would be through free agency.
Signing offensive linemen in free agency is never a safe endeavor, but it’s an approach New York may be resigned to embracing. Both left and right tackle are positions of weakness, and the quality of play at the guard spot opposite Pugh must improve, as well.
Fortunately, there are a group of offensive linemen who are hitting the open market with a chance to help the Giants improve offensively.
Offensive guard has depth and star power, but the available tackles are far less intriguing. Fortunately, there are a select few options at both positions who can come in and make an immediate impact within the Giants’ unstable offense.
The question is: which offensive linemen should the New York Giants consider signing from the 2017 class of free agency?