4 offensive linemen the Giants should consider trading for in 2024

These five players could bolster an offensive-line that needs lots of help heading into 2024.

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2. Morgan Moses

NFL fans have gotten used to seeing Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson scamper around the field and easily evade defenders. Much of the reason for his incredible rushing numbers is that he has an elite O-Line, who have learned how to block for a mobile, rushing threat lining up behind center.

Morgan Moses has been a pivotal piece to the Ravens for many years, but this offseason the Ravens will undoubtedly look to shake things up in hopes of playing next February. A potential move would be to get younger up front and trade away Morgan Moses to a team in need of bolstered protection.

Moses' abilities were on full display in the 2023 playoffs. Many even saw him get hit with a $13,659 fine for celebrating Jackson's rushing touchdown after setting a nasty lead block on an outside run. Remember this play?

Moses had to adapt to injuries this season and switch over the left tackle after playing on the right side. With a salary hit in 2024 at $5 million, Moses can immediately add a much-needed veteran presence and even provide aid to guys like Neal. With an affordable contract and a proven track record of protecting mobile quarterbacks like Jones, the Giants should give the Ravens a call in hopes of landing a splashy RT for the 2024 season.