4 NY Giants who definitely played their last game with the team on Sunday

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3. OG Mark Glowinski

Mark Glowinski may be under contract for the 2024 season, but one must remember that releasing the nine-year veteran would save the Giants around $5.7 million in cap space. In an offseason where the Giants are looking to re-sign guys like Saquon Barkley and Xavier McKinney, saving that much money could go a long way.

It's a shame, because had he played like he did in prior seasons, Glowinski would have been a crucial starter on the Giants interior offensive line. Instead, he played his way out of the starting lineup and likely out of the roster as well. Some will blame Bobby Johnson, others his age, but for one reason or another, Glowinski has been massively disappointing.

Through two seasons and 21 starts with New York, Glowinski allowed 52 pressures and 11 sacks. Interestingly enough, Glowinski also ranked top five in sacks allowed at his position in both seasons, which is insane considering he started just five games in 2023.