4 offensive linemen the NY Giants should prioritize in free agency

These players can help fix the Giants offensive line that has been in disarray for nearly a decade.

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3. OT Jonah Williams

Despite garnering some national media attention in 2023 for sharing the field with former high school teammate Jake Browning, Jonah Williams' time in Cincinnati looks like it's coming to an end. After requesting a trade last offseason after the addition of Orlando Brown Jr. from the rival Kansas City Chiefs, Williams ultimately rescinded his request and made the move to right tackle. Despite not playing the position since his time at the University of Alabama, Williams played well all season long.

Before Giants' fans begin to fret and get PTSD from a right tackle out of Alabama, Williams has carved out a great career thus far. While Williams' statistics or measurements don't jump off the page, he has been above average every season since he entered the league in 2020.

While having the ability to take over Evan Neal at right tackle, there is hope that with a combination of a new coaching staff and the kinship shared by both players reigning from the Nick Saban regime, Neal can continue and develop into a viable option. While there is some irony in Williams taking over for Neal, who took Williams' position following his last season of college, Williams' can also add versatility in playing both right and left tackle.

With playoff experience and still being young at just 26 years old - Williams' can be a primary target to take over the reins at right tackle in 2024. He could be an affordable option for the Giants front office as well, which will be key.