3. OT Jermaine Eluemunor
Another offensive line option that makes a lot of sense for the Giants to pursue in free agency and who already has chemistry with their new offensive line coach is Jermaine Eluemunor, who played for Bricillo and the Raiders the last two seasons and during his time with the Patriots. The 29-year-old OL has been with the Raiders since 2021 after spending time with the Ravens, Patriots, Dolphins, and Jaguars, but his next stop could be in the NFC with the Giants.
Although he did allow six sacks in 905 offense snaps played in 2023, Eluemunor did receive an overall grade of 68.5 from Pro Football Focus. The veteran tackle's experience with several teams around the league, ability to play tackle and guard, and previous relationship with Bricillo make him an excellent fit for Big Blue. I wouldn't be surprised if Schoen showed interest in Eluemunor.
Other Raiders offensive linemen who will be free agents this offseason and may be looking to reunite with their former coach are center Andre James and guard Greg Van Roten. It will be interesting to see if the Giants pursue any other guys that have previously played for Bricillo in free agency and how he impacts the offensive line with the future additions coming to the Giants this offseason.