4. Mark Glowinski, OG
Veteran guard Mark Glowinski was brought in to fortify the Giants' offensive line on a three-year, $18.3 million contract back in March 2022.
Unfortunately, the veteran blocker's play hasn't matched his pricetag this season. After starting in all 16 of his appearances in 2022, Glowinski has only been a starter five times in 12 outings this season. He hasn't made a start since Week 8, to be exact, and has averaged just 5.8 offensive snaps over his five subsequent outings.
That's without mentioning how he's allowed six sacks while taking three penalties on 454 offensive snaps this season after finishing with three and five, respectively, while playing 1,045 snaps last year.
In other words, Glowinski doesn't deserve the $7.2 million cap hit he's about to carry next season. The good news, though, is that he only carries a $1.5 million dead cap penalty this offseason, meaning the Giants can free up nearly $6 million by cutting ties either with a buyout or trade.
Glowinski could use a fresh start and the Giants need a better O-line, meaning a divorce of sorts would be a mutually beneficial solution.