NY Giants would be crazy not to pursue these 5 free agents

The Giants would be well-served in their aggressive pursuit of these game-changers in free agency

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4. Mike Onwenu

Players of Mike Onwenu's caliber rarely come up for grabs. With Andrew Thomas and John Michael Schmitz being the only true guarantees regarding the Giant's O-Line heading into 2024, adding Onwenu could be a great start to forming a dominant unit up front.

Some of Onwenu's most impressive traits are his durability, flexibility, and experience. Through four seasons in the NFL, Onwenu has missed just three games. Giants fans are well aware of how important it is for offensive linemen to stay healthy. Not to mention, Onwenu can also play multiple positions up front. Having experience at left guard, right guard, and right tackle - Onwenu can be moved around at will.

From a talent and experience standpoint, Onwenu is an outlier compared to the rest of the free-agent offensive line market. Having been called for just 10 penalties in four seasons and never allowed more than three sacks in any given campaign, Onwenu has sneakily cemented himself as one of the league's finest young players. NY needs to try and land him.