The good news for Flowers is that he'll likely be a hot commodity if the Giants end up releasing him. The Miami product was moved from left to right tackle this season after free agent Nate Solder was signed.
The Giants waived Ereck Flowers on Tuesday, as their search to try to recoup anything for the draft bust ended predictably.
Every New York Giants fan in the New York/New Jersey area just collectively spit out their coffee in shock.
The Giants don't have another player at the position now on the roster, but they have three tackles on the practice squad: former seventh-round picks Brian Mihalik (Eagles, 2015) and Jylan Ware (Raiders, 2017), as well as Victor Salako, a 2017 undrafted free agent who has yet to appear in an National Football League game.
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New general manager Dave Gettleman also decided after last season not to pick up the option on the final year of Flowers' rookie contract.
"It has run its course", Shurmur said of the decision to drop Flowers. We wish him the best. And Flowers' attitude was as problematic as his play. The Giants moved him to right tackle this offseason, and he started the first two games this year before they discontinued the experiment. "It's a short week, so I've got to just be mentally prepared and come out Thursday rolling".
But when the Giants' offense took the field for the ensuing possession, Wheeler was back out there.
He did not, and so now he is part of the Giants' future, while Flowers is officially - finally - in the past.