4 NY Giants who are definitely in their last season with the team

New York Giants Offseason Workout
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As the calendar turns to June, the 2023 season continues to loom for the NY Giants. With each day that the ongoing Organized Team Activities (OTAs) continue, the coaching staff will get a good glimpse of what to expect when they head towards training camp later in the summer and then the regular season.

OTAs are a good way to shake off the rust from the offseason and for the Giants players to start getting back into football game shape. While most players probably do workout in their spare time to stay in shape, these activities in East Rutherford are getting everyone prepared to do battle.

For some Giants players, the 2023 season may be the final time they don the uniform; some might not even see the field after training camp if they can't make it to the final 53-man roster. Some players could be looking at their possible departure due to not being good enough to stay on the roster, while some might be parted with because of their salary. With that said, which Giants players should we not expect to see return after 2023?

4. OT Matt Peart

The former third-round pick of the Giants from the 2020 NFL Draft once had a hopeful future with the franchise and had opportunities to make an impression on the team.

Matt Peart got to play in 11 games during his rookie season and started one. Then he got to play in 15 games in 2021 and started in five. Unfortunately for Peart, he struggled, especially when he was asked to step in for Andrew Thomas over at left tackle when he dealt with injuries.

Peart then suffered a season-ending torn ACL injury at the end of the 2021 season, an injury that carried over into 2022 when he began the year on the PUP list. Peart at this point is a depth player on the offensive line given the two main tackle positions are currently occupied by Thomas and Evan Neal.

Peart, who will turn 26 before the start of the 2023 season, might be best to pursue other opportunities in the league once the season ends, and that is if he is still on the 53-man team to begin the season. But because of his experience, he might at least get to see the season as a backup.