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

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2. OG Mark Glowinski

Heading into the season, Mark Glowinski is likely going to be penciled in for the right guard spot next to John Michael Schmitz and Evan Neal.

But after the 2023 season, Glowinski's spot on the team is not a given and he's a name that has salary cap casualty written all over it. Glowinski, who just turned 31 last month, will have one year left in his contract with the Giants that will have a $7.2 million cap hit for 2024. The Giants will only have a $1.5 million dead cap hit to release Glowinski.

Given the fact that Glowinski at times struggled in the 2022 season, he will have to play a lot better if he wants to keep his right guard job during the 2023 season, much less, stay on the team, given they have Ben Bredeson, Joshua Ezeudu and Marcus McKethan all on the depth chart who could be looking to win a possible job over the summer.

In the end though, the NFL business is what it is. Glowinski is on the wrong side of 30 making money that the Giants will want to use for other positions in the future, so his best focus should be playing as well as he can for the Giants so that he can impress other teams that will want to sign him if he does get released.