3. OG Mark Glowinski
The Giants have quickly assembled a strong roster on both sides of the ball, but one of the biggest areas that they still must improve is the interior of the offensive line.
Prior to the 2022 season, the front office took major strides in improving this group. This came with the additions of Mark Glowinski and Jon Feliciano. Unfortunately, both players somewhat struggled to consistently find their footing in their first year with the team.
Now with Feliciano set to hit free agency, the Giants could also move on from Glowinski. By releasing the soon-to-be 31-year-old guard, this team would free up $8.65 million in cap space. This could be immediately used to improve the group by adding depth to the position.
Cutting Glowinski would not be an easy decision. At times this season, he was a force on the offensive line. However, if the team is looking to give opportunities to their younger players at the position, it could very well be a move they look to make.