New York Giants 3 best offseason additions in 2022

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New York Giants top offseason pickup no. 2: G Mark Glowinski (Indianapolis Colts)

To say the team’s offensive line has been underwhelming in recent years would be a big-time understatement. Then-general manager Dave Gettleman appeared determined to address these issues in free agency and the draft.

But the club gave big money to former Patriots tackle Nate Solder and he proved to be a huge disappointment. In 2018m the Giants used a second-round pick on highly-regarded Will Hernandez. But his four-year tenure with Big Blue was inconsistent as best and he’s now a member of the Arizona Cardinals.

This offseason, new GM Joe Schoen went out and added a pair of battle-tested interior blockers in Jon Feliciano and Mark Glowinski. The former, who spent the past three seasons with the Bills and was released by the club earlier this year, will line up at center.

Glowinski was a fourth-round pick of the Seattle Seahawks back in 2015 but really made his bone the past four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts. The seven-year pro brings a lot of savvy to a unit that has been shaky at best in recent years.

Keep in mind that the Giants used the seventh overall pick in April’s draft on highly-regarded tackle Evan Neal, who has drawn mixed reviews so far. If all these new faces can gel sooner than later, the team’s offense could rebound from a dismal 2021.