5 linemen the NY Giants can sign to replace Mark Glowinski

Joe Schoen will have plenty of options in free agency
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With the NFL free agency window about to open, it's time for the NY Giants to make some moves. With all the players they no longer have under contract, Joe Schoen and Co. have a laundry list of roster holes to fill.

One of the position groups that needs the most work is the offensive line. Especially with Mark Glowinski being released, bolstering the guard position needs to be a priority. It doesn't matter who is under center for Big Blue if they can't be protected. With that said, here are five guys for Schoen to target, with our focus on guards:

5. Jonah Jackson

Starting us off, we're taking a look at offensive guard Jonah Jackson. Checking in at 6-4, 310 pounds, Jackson is a beast on the interior and he can get the job done both with his pass-blocking and his run-blocking. The stud lineman has spent the past four seasons with the Lions and he's been quite steady for the NFC North side.

During his time with Detroit, Jackson appeared in 57 games, starting every single one for the Lions. With him set to his free agency, the expectation is that plenty of teams will be ready to battle it out for his signature.

Shortly after the NFL Combine wrapped up, Pat Leonard reported that the Giants have interest in Jackson, along with stud pass-rusher Danielle Hunter. Signing both guys would be a big-time splash for the front office. We'd love to see Jackson make his way to NY, but we'll see how much he's looking for with his next deal.