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Giants will release veteran Mark Glowinski to save $5.7 million in cap space

3/2/2024 5:20:44 PM
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The New York Giants will release Mark Glowinski, a veteran guard who started 22 games the past two years, Paul Schwartz of The New York Post confirmed. The move saves the Giants $5.7 million on the 2024 salary cap.

Glowinski turns 32 in May. 

He was a substantial signing for general manager Joe Schoen in his first year on the job, receiving a three-year deal for $18.3 million — $11.4 million in guaranteed money — prior to the 2022 season. 

Glowinski was a workhorse in 2022, starting 16 games at right guard. 

Glowinski started the 2023 season-opening 40-0 loss to the Cowboys and then got replaced in the lineup by seldom-used Marcus McKethan. 

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