NFL free agency: The Giants add Jon Runyan to strengthen their offensive line

The New York Giants have signed former Green Bay Packers guard Jon Runyan to a three-year, $30 million contract, with $17 million guaranteed at signing, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.   

Runyan has 3,330 offensive snaps over four seasons, 1,709 at right guard and 1,611 at left guard.

Throughout his career, Runyan has allowed 64 total pressures and seven sacks. Twenty-two of those pressures were imposed in 2023, as were two of his dismissals.   

He also took six of his eight career penalties last season. All but three of his 2023 snaps came at right guard.  

It was no secret that Joe Schoen wanted to fix the much-maligned and underperforming offensive line.   

Runyan's signing came roughly five minutes after it was announced that former Giants running back Saquon  

Barkley had signed a three-year, $37.75 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, earning up to $46.75 million and including $26 million guaranteed at signing.  

Barkley's name is more appealing than Runyan's, but Schoen made sound investments in the offensive line.  

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