Found June 05, 2012 on Football Nation:
The New York Giants have always been known for having an outstanding offensive line in years past. Dating back from offensive tackle Roosevelt Brown to current offensive linemen Chris Snee.  As a unit, the Giants offensive line have opened holes for their running backs; which enabled the Giants to have a ball control team throughout their history which helped them win countless championships and 4 Super Bowls along the way. All this changed last season, as the Giants offensive line endured countless injuries (despite winning the Super Bowl) and other players such as Dave Diehl and Kareem Mckenzie showed their age as the season unfolded.  Entering the NFL draft, the Giants addressed their lack of depth on the offensive line by drafting Brandon Mosley and Matt McCants and also signed FA Sean Locklear to help booster an aging group. Offensive Line Coach Flaherty has been very impressed with his new arrivals along with his cast of linemen from last season. Dave Baasis entering his sec...
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