At the point when the New York Giants chose Oregon monitor Shane Lemieux in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL draft, 

they believed they were getting a return to their title days.

The Giants were popular for tracking down coarse linemen in the mid-to-late adjusts that transformed into strong experts.

Lemieux was said to help Giants' scouts to remember Rich Seubert, who played 10 seasons for Giants (2001-10) as an undrafted free specialist out of Western Illinois. 

Seubert played watchman and a middle and carried a frightfulness to the channels.

NFL Network investigator and previous NFL hostile lineman, Brian Baldinger, said Lemieux helps him to remember another previous Giants watch, Billy Ard.

Ard was a fifth-round select back in 1981 from Wake Forest who played eight seasons for the Giants and was a starter on the 1986 Super Bowl XXI title group.

Ard was a contract individual from the gathering that lead trainer called "The Suburbanites." 

While numerous genius players were pulling up to rehearse in garish, costly games vehicles, 

the Giants hostile line was going in family-style vehicles complete with vehicle seats and espresso mug holders.

Ard has not answered regardless of Baldinger and others contacting him. 

That to the side, the point here is that Lemieux is helping a great deal to remember individuals of the predominant hostile lines of the past

and that — after these terrible seasons — is a gift.