With Joe Schoen leading the charge, the New York Giants have begun to assemble a roster full of talent. Now with both the NFL Draft and free agency quickly approaching, they could look to take their roster to a new level.
One key area that the team will look to address will be the offensive line. At left tackle, Andrew Thomas appears headed towards stardom, and at right tackle, they have a second-year player full of potential in Evan Neal.
With both tackle spots occupied, the Giants could turn their attention to the interior. Mark Glowinski appears set to once again be a starter at guard, but both Jon Feliciano and Nick Gates are set to hit free agency. There is depth in this area, but many of these players are young and have yet to prove themselves in the NFL. In turn, free agency could be key to addressing the offensive line. Here are four offensive lineman the Giants must target in free agency:
4. C Garrett Bradbury
Over his four NFL seasons, Minnesota Vikings center Garrett Bradbury has developed into one of the league’s more reliable options at his position. But now headed toward free agency, he could be on the search for a new team.
Since being drafted in 2019, Bradbrry has been consistent, and steadily available. Over the past three seasons, he has played in 100 percent of the Vikings offensive snaps. This sort of availability could be enough to put him on the Giants radar – he has proven time and time again how durable he can be.
In 2022, while taking the field for 809 offensive snaps, Bradbry was once again solid. He finished the year allowing just two sacks in a Vikings offense that threw the ball early and often. Bradbury has also proven to be reliable against the run. With his skillset, he could be the type of player that helps elevate this Giants offensive line.