New York Giants plan to release guard Mark Glowinski

The New York Giants are expected to release veteran guard Mark Glowinski, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and Jordan Raanan.

The move will save New York roughly $5.7 million in salary cap space. The Giants currently have $32.6 million in cap space, per Over The Cap, before the move is final.

Glowinski signed a three-year deal worth $18.3 million, including $11.4 million guaranteed, with the Giants during the 2022 offseason. While Glowinski started all 16 games he appeared in during the 2022 season, he had just six starts in 13 games in 2023.

General manager Joe Schoen told reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine that the team would be looking to retool the starting offensive line. And Glowinski’s reported release is the first domino to fall.

“We need to improve as a starting five and we need to improve the depth and that’ll be, that’ll be a priority of this offseason,” Schoen said.

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