4 moves the NY Giants can make thanks to Darren Waller's salary cap gift

Joe Schoen has some extra money to work with.
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3. Sign an offensive lineman

More? Yes. The Giants have certainly been busy this offseason in free agency going after linemen. Schoen went out and added five offensive linemen to the team including two that will be starters going forward in Jon Runyan Jr. and Jermaine Eluemunor.

With questions still surrounding the position group, the Giants could still add more veteran players to the group. Giants tackle Evan Neal has been limited this offseason, with Brian Daboll saying they are choosing to "back off" from Neal right now as he continues to work himself back from surgery.

While Eluemunor can slide out from guard to right tackle, if need be, it would then open up a hole at the guard spot with reserves being newly-signed guards Austin Schlottman, Aaron Stinnie, and former Giants third-round draft pick Josh Ezeudu, who, like Neal, has struggled when given playing time, and also with staying healthy. If the Giants want to keep Eluemunor inside at guard, they could look at the two big tackles sitting atop the free agency list in long-time Packers tackle David Bakhtiari, and Cardinals tackle D.J Humphries.

Schoen could decide to go with rotational depth piece Phil Haynes formerly of the Seattle Seahawks or he could go the older route again and sign guard Greg Van Roten, who new offensive line coach Carmen Bricillo knows well from his time with the Raiders. Schoen could also make some fans happy by bringing back home former Giants offensive lineman Nick Gates.