Five Players the New York Giants Should Target in Free Agency

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OJ Howard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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OJ Howard, Tight End

(2 yr / 10 mil)

OJ Howard is a former first-round pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Howard has never lived up to the hype that surrounded him as he entered the league. Brian Daboll’s system needs a versatile tight end and Howard presents an intriguing option, because his best football is still ahead of him. It shouldn’t cost much.

James Daniels, Offensive Guard

(3 yr / 24 mil)

James Daniels was the lone bright spot on the Chicago Bears offensive line in 2022. Daniels would give the New York Giants a plug-and-play starter at either guard position. The former Bear is only 24 years old, possibly giving the Giants a starter for 2022 and many years beyond. Daniels should be one of the top targets.

Mark Glowinksi, Offensive Guard

(1 yr / 5 mil)

Mark Glowinski witnessed a career renaissance in Indianapolis. After failing to find a consistent role with the Seahawks, Glowinski has been a stalwart at right guard during his time with the Colts. In 2021 he began to regress a bit. Glowinski isn’t a guy you want to have in your future plans, but he can serve as a starter at right guard. At worst, he gives you a depth piece with starting experience.