5 NY Giants who could be traded away by midseason
3. OT Matt Peart
At one point it seemed as if Matt Peart could be a starting tackle for the Giants. However, entering his fourth NFL season, it seems like Peart's time with New York could be coming to a close. While Peart could serve purpose as depth, the Giants have plenty of that at tackle already between Tyre Phillips and Devery Hamilton.
Teams are always looking to add offensive line depth to their team, so it makes sense that the Giants could potentially get some assets for the 25-year-old OL. Peart isn't awful by any means, but the odds of him ever receiving consistent snaps with the Giants are slim to none with Andrew Thomas and Evan Neal manning both tackle spots.
Last season, Peart played in 117 total snaps, sliding in at right tackle for the majority of them. In the 78 pass-blocking snaps Peart had, he allowed seven pressures and one sack. These numbers may not be awful, but they certainly aren't all that great.
If Schoen can manage to get any sort of asset out of Peart, it would be incredibly beneficial for the Giants. The team doesn't need to spend $1.3 million on a backup tackle considering how much Phillips and Hamilton are making this season.