4 main things we've learned from the NY Giants offseason thus far

It's been a busy few months for Joe Schoen and the G-Men.
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1. The new-look offensive line could make or break the season

Speaking of the offensive line, position coach Carmen Bricillo might be the most important member of Daboll's staff this campaign. Bobby Johnson was fired the day after the regular season came to a close, a move that people had been calling for. Johnson wasn't getting the job done for Daboll, plain and simple.

Now, Bricillo has made his way over from Las Vegas and he's going to be tasked with getting his guys up front to play at a strong level. It's going to make a huge difference on whether or not Jones can bounce back. The additions of Jon Runyan Jr. and Jermaine Eluemunor should make a huge difference on the inside. On the outside, what can we expect from Evan Neal?

The play of the third-year right tackle is easily going to be one of the biggest concerns this season. Neal, who didn't play well during his rookie year, took a step back in '23. This feels like his last chance to prove he's the guy on the other side of the line from Andrew Thomas. He was banged up (ankle) during offseason work, but the hope is he can be at 100 percent for camp. His health is going to be something to monitor over the next couple of months.