Mark Glowinski, a seasoned guard who has been playing for the Indianapolis Colts since 2017, has been signed by the Giants. According to Pro Football Focus, Glowinski has a career pass-blocking efficiency rating of 96.6 despite having allowed 183 pressures but only 15 sacks over the course of his career.
Glowinski has been successful as a zone and gap-scheme blocker during his time with the Colts over the past few years, where he has started 55 games at right guard. During the previous season, Glowinski was temporarily replaced by Chris Reed as the starting right guard.
According to PFF, Glowinski’s overall rating of 70.1 places him higher than All-Pro Quenton Nelson on the list of qualified guards for the NFL in 2021. This ranking places him 21st in the NFL.
When it comes to both run blocking and pass blocking, Glowinski received higher scores than Nelson. In addition to that, he is quite durable, since he has never been sidelined by an injury since joining the Colts.
Although the Seahawks selected him in the fourth round of the 2015 draft, he only played for them for a little over two seasons before being replaced as the starting right guard by Oday Aboushi two games into the 2017 season.
On December 16, 2017, the Seahawks released Glowinski from his contract. The next day, the Colts picked him up off waivers and added him to their roster.
How Much Does Mark Glowinski Make?
Mark Glowinski earns an average of $6,100,000 a year. Glowinski will get a base salary of $1,250,000, a signing bonus of $4,500,000, a roster bonus of $300,000, and a workout bonus of $300,000. He will also have a cap hit of $3,332,352 and a dead cap value of $11,700,000.