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The Giants and Geoff Schwartz have agreed to terms on a deal (Jones, March 11). He is expected to sign with the team on Wednesday (Stapleton, March 11).

Schwartz signed a one-year, $1.2 million deal (with incentives) to play for the Chiefs last season.

He was drafted in 2008, played with the Panthers through 2011. He played for the Vikings in 2012.

Now you know the answer to who will fill one of the Giants' open sores on the offensive line. Schwartz is a mammoth-sized player (6'6", 340) that will give the Giants some surge up front. As stated above, Schwartz was part of three quality rushing offenses, including the 2012 Vikings that featured Adrien Peterson's near record-breaking season.

Geoff, 27, is not to be confused with his younger brother, Mitchell, 24, who is a lineman for the Browns. Geoff attended Oregon, while Mitchell hails from Cal.

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