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Giants Now: Brian Baldinger breaks down OL Jermaine Eluemunor's tape


Brian Baldinger breaks down OL Jermaine Eluemunor's tape

Since the start of free agency, the Giants have brought in several offensive linemen to help improve both the talent and the depth up front.

The two big splashes along the offensive line came in the additions of Jon Runyan Jr. and Jermaine Eluemunor, the latter of which recently received the "Baldy Breakdowns" treatment.

Former offensive lineman and current NFL analyst Brian Baldinger recently broke down Eluemunor's game tape, where he praised several areas of the the 29-year-old's game, including his ability to get to the second level and his strong hands.

"This guy has played seven years, started 45 games, played 2,900+ snaps, got two total holding calls in seven years," Baldinger said. "The guy doesn't hold. The guy has great hands."

Overall, Eluemunor has played in 87 games for the Ravens (2017-18), Patriots (2019-20), and Raiders (2021-23). He has made 45 regular-season starts – 32 at right tackle, seven at left tackle, and six at right guard. He has also appeared in two postseason games.

Eluemunor played in all 17 of the Raiders' games last season and did not allow a sack in 14 of them. The veteran lineman also did not surrender a single pressure in seven different contests.

The 6-foot-4, 330-pound lineman will reunite with new offensive line coach Carmen Bricillo. The two have spent time together in both New England (2019-20) and Las Vegas (2022-23).

"If you really look at my production, my best two years came under Carm," Eluemunor said in his introductory press conference. "To have someone like him that just believes in you and is going to go to war and bat for you up in that room up there and give you tough love and also do what needs to be done and help you in ways that you need to be helped, that goes a long way. I've been around the league long enough to know that not every team is blessed to have an o-line coach that knows the game like him but then is also going to be as technical as him and knows the things he knows.

"He got to study under one of the best o-line coaches, if not the best o-line coach that ever coached in the NFL, (Former Patriots Offensive Line Coach) Dante Scarnecchia. To have that experience, that's huge. I think that will be really huge for the young guys to learn from him and take his coaching to help them take that next step in their progression as an offensive lineman."

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