New York Giants 2018 offseason moves
The New York Giants offseason program was dominated with storylines centered around star WR Odell Beckham Jr. Whether it was trade rumors, hold out issues or a photo that surfaced, OBJ dominated headlines for the Giants during the new league year’s beginning. That’s not to say New York’s front office wasn’t still hard at work, bringing in several components across the board to bolster a team that won three games a year ago.
Veteran running back Jonathan Stewart enters the mix, but with the loss of Orleans Darkwa and Shane Vereen (both still free agents), the Giants are certainly in need of an upgrade at running back still. They did their best in a lackluster free agent class along the offensive line, signing arguably the best tackle available in former Patriots LT Nate Solder while also bringing in Patrick Omameh from Jacksonville while bringing back their own John Greco and Brett Jones to offset the loss of Weston Richburg and Justin Pugh. The loss of Jason Pierre-Paul leaves a massive gap and a huge weight on the shoulders of Olivier Vernon where the Giants may turn to the draft to patch.
While some of their signings and losses may have gone under the radar behind all the OBJ news, what do PFF Senior Analysts Steve Palazzolo and Sam Monson think of their offseason so far and their QB situation heading into late April?
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