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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2. Dalton Risner

Dalton Risner is a guy who can bring elite pass protection to the left side of the Giants line if he is paired with Andrew Thomas. He commands a 71.6 pass block grade and has been in the plus as a pass protector for five straight years. He doesn't miss games, only missing five in the five years he's been in the league and he knows how to stay on the field once he's out there.

With an offensive line unit that was decimated by injuries last season, the Giants could use his type of consistency in terms of availability. As good as Risner is, his own free agency history may play to the Giants favor. The market didn't go the way Risner wanted in 2023 and he was forced to sign a one-year deal with the Vikings.

He was able to grab hold of the left guard spot five games in, and one would think he would command a large contract. However, since betting on himself didn't really go his way the first time around, he may go for a contract that offers stability in years while still being team friendly.