Credits: Raj Mehta
This offensive lineman could solve the left tackle issue for the Giants:
The New York Giants have an offensive line problem, and their names are Ereck Flowers, John Jerry and formerly Bobby Hart. Several acquisitions need to be made to create a serviceable line, but here’s one guy that can bring extreme value to Eli Manning’s security brigade.
On the Carolina Panthers, Gettleman was keen on building though the trenches, and often found talent in later rounds to solve holes on the offensive line. One of those hidden talents was undrafted player Andrew Norwell.
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According to Draft Analyst’s Tony Pauline’s Senior Bowl Buzz, Gettleman is prepared to make a serious run at Norwell.
Norwell is one of the guys that doesn’t have him name mention a lot, and it’s a that’s a good thing. He was the only guard not to commit a penalty in the entire season (those that played over 500 snaps). His trademark is his lack of penalties, and his ability to keep honest on the line. His technique and fundementals is first-class, which not only will help his fellow teammates achieve that standard, but it will help Eli Manning stay upright.
By letting Justin Pugh and his mega-deal walk in free agency, the Giants can spend their money efficiently — no penalties and consistency.