The New York Giants could be forced into making major changes to their offensive line this offseason.
With two key free agents and an aging right tackle, there is a distinct possibility that the Giants will need to rebuild their unit.
In the NFL's modern era of free agency and contract squabbles, it is increasingly difficult for teams to bring back their entire offensive line.
Since 2010 the Giants have undergone an overhaul in the trenches. This transformation is not quite complete. Will Beatty and Kevin Boothe are on the cusp of free agency, while David Diehl's days at right tackle could be numbered.
There are plenty of ways the Giants can make changes along their offensive front. Here is a look at all the viable options New York can explore in revamping its offensive line.