The New York Giants may need to place guard Geoff Schwartz on injured reserve because of a dislocated toe.
Schwartz would receive the injured reserve with designation to return tag, which would make him eligible to return later in the season. However, the Giants would need to shuffle up their roster to make up for the loss of Schwartz.
One of the potential moves that could be made would be signing former San Francisco 49ers guard Adam Snyder, according to the New York Daily News.
Snyder would bring plenty of experience to the team’s offensive line.
Over the course of his career, Snyder has started in 87 games and appeared in 137 for the 49ers and Arizona Cardinals.
For the Giants, the move seems like a no-brainer and it would be a good choice for Snyder if he is looking to get right back on the football field.