3. OL Shane Lemieux
This may come as a surprise, especially with the state of the NY Giants' offensive line, however, with the injury problems Shane Lemieux has had over the last couple of seasons, alongside the incredibly poor play he's displayed, we don't see many reasons to keep him around.
Lemieux has appeared in just two games over the last two seasons and has allowed five pressures and a sack in said appearances. Considering the Giants have Mark Glowinski to fill in the right guard spot, and either Josh Ezeudu, Marcus McKethan, or even Ben Bredeson at LG, there may not even be room for Lemieux to play if he's healthy.
Releasing Lemieux would save the Giants around $920,000 in cap space regardless of when they opt to cut him. While this may not be a substantial amount, this would go a long way in helping pay for the team's incoming rookie class, which could even include another guard to move Lemieux even further down the depth chart.
Earlier this offseason, Schoen said that Lemieux is among the group of guys he'd feel comfortable with getting a look at center. However, the team also just signed J.C. Hassenauer to a new deal. And with NY looking to draft a potential starter later this month, it could result in Lemieux getting cut.