3 Giants Free Agents Who Could Still Re-Sign With New York

The New York Giants should turn to these familiar faces to add some depth to their roster.

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
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Tyre Phillips

The Giants had one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL last season. Not only did they consistently do a terrible job protecting the quarterback but they were also depleted with injuries.

These injuries were what brought Tyre Phillips back to New York, signing with the team in October and starting the next nine of 10 games. Then he went down in Week 17 and required surgery in the offseason.

This was par for the course for the 27-year-old right tackle who had a star-crossed NFL career ever since he was a third-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

However, he is reportedly recovering well and he should be welcome back in New York despite the offseason additions to the offensive line. The signings of Jon Runyan Jr, Jermaine Eluemunor, Aaron Stinnie, and Austin Schlottmann will likely reduce the snap count for Phillips but the more depth, the better it is when it comes to the offensive line.

Especially if the lineman is a versatile one that would only require a one-year minimum deal like Phillips, it is a no-brainer to bring him back.