New York Giants Meet With Multiple Offensive Lineman at The NFL Combine (Report)

According to Patricia Traina of Bleacher Report, the New York Giants have met with multiple offensive lineman at the NFL combine and are expected to meet with many others as well.

Wisconsin’s Ryan Ramczyk and Utah’s Garett Bolles are two lineman the team has already met with while Alabama’s Cam Robinson, San Diego State’s Nico Siragusa, and USC’s Damien Mama have meetings scheduled with the team.

New York also met with Alabama tight end O.J. Howard at the Combine as well.

With needs on the offensive line and at tight end, it’s no surprise the Giants are doing their homework on these guys.

Although many consider the draft stocked at tight end, New York may have to dig a bit deeper regarding some of the offensive line prospects, as it’s apparently not a “deep” draft at that position.

Ramczyk, Robinson, and Bolles are the three best offensive tackles in this draft, according to CBSSports.com, while Siragusa and Mama are listed much lower in their guard rankings.

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