According to the league’s transactions wire, the New York Giants worked out four offensive lineman on Monday at their facility.
The list includes Chance Lytle, a 6-foot-7, 330-pound offensive tackle out of Duke, journeyman centers Sean Harlow and Jimmy Murray, and ex-Detroit Lions guard Tommy Kraemer.
The workouts come in the wake of the Giants dealing with some injuries upfront.
New York announced that center J.C. Hassenauer would be out long term after suffering a torn triceps muscle during practice on Sunday that will require surgery during.
Along with that issue, second-year guard Marcus McKethan (knee) is still on the PUP list.
#Giants worked out Sean Harlow, Tommy Kraemer, Chance Lytle, James Murray
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On Monday, the Giants continued to rotate their offensive line with John Michael Schmitz, Ben Bredeson, Shane Lemieux and Jack Anderson at center and guard, while swing tackle Tyre Phillips also saw reps at guard.
The Giants will return to practice on Tuesday, with the team set to don pads for the first time.