4 NY Giants who will join Tae Crowder in not returning next season
By Zak Musso
2. OL Jon Feliciano
Feliciano signed a one-year deal to join the Giants this offseason, and he has filled in adequately at center. Feliciano and the rest of the offensive line have been very strong in the run game but have struggled in the passing game.
The Giants have 11 draft picks and over $50 million in salary cap space this offseason, and they will definitely be looking to upgrade the interior of the offensive line. The Giants have had success drafting offensive linemen recently, as Evan Neal and Andrew Thomas are poised to be one of the NFL best tackle duos for years to come.
Schoen, who is known as an elite scout, will look to replicate that Giants success drafting offensive linemen in 2023, and rebuild the interior of the Giants offensive line. Schoen has stated he would love to build through the draft, and with Nick Gates also already on the roster, there is simply no room for Feliciano. He’s another guy who has no future with this team.