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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4. Robert Hunt

Robert Hunt's inability to come to terms on an extension with the Dolphins became a blessing for 31 other teams in the NFL. Another top target for anyone looking to beef up their offensive line unit, Hunt holds a pass-block grade of 75.1. That's one of the highest at his position in the entire league.

There's no doubt his size is a good reason for that. At 6-6, 330 pounds, the dude is an absolute monster. He can protect the quarterback in the pass game and use his size to open up holes in the run game. He's a big reason the Dolphins had one of the best rushing attacks in the NFL in 2023.

Hunt's ability and reputation may result in a price tag that is a little too steep for Schoen to agree to. However, Hunt is just 27 years old, so if you are going to throw the bag at someone, it may as well be a player you could see as an anchor on your offensive line until the day he retires. Hunt's play suggests it would be money well spent, especially when you consider he only committed one penalty in 11 games in all of 2023.