Giants need to add depth along their offensive line
The New York Giants didn’t do to bad on day two of the NFL Draft after selecting edge rusher Azeez Ojulari and cornerback Aaron Robinson.
Now I know many fans were wondering why New York didn’t take an offensive lineman. Well, general manager Dave Gettleman did state at his press conference on Friday night that two lineman that they wanted ended up being taken before they were on the clock.
Some offensive lineman that the Giants could target on Saturday is Tennessee G Trey Smith, Western Michigan OL Jaylon Moore, Ole Miss G Royce Newman, Grambling State G Dave Moore, Florida T Stone Forsythe, Cincinnati T James Hudson and East Carolina T D’ante Smith.
If the Giants aren’t able to add an offensive lineman on day three, they will likely sign one as an undrafted free agent and look at some veteran free agents as well.
It’s really difficult for a team like the Giants to fill all of their needs in one offseason, so their offensive line might be their biggest question mark heading into the 2021 season.
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