Giants parting ways with OT Flowers

Report: Giants place OT Flowers on trade block, may cut

Reports: Giants To Release Or Trade Ereck Flowers By Tuesday

It became clear nearly immediately that Flowers was in over his head as he struggled mightily at the left tackle spot.

With an open spot on their practice squad as the result of this shuffle, the Giants also announced that kicker Marshall Koehn, who was with the team during the preseason, had been signed as insurance for Aldrick Rosas, who missed practice on Monday with a sore quadriceps.

"The 6-6, 334-pounder never developed the proper technique to consistently protect Eli Manning, hampering the Giant offense".

Every New York Giants fan in the New York/New Jersey area just collectively spit out their coffee in shock. And Flowers' attitude was as problematic as his play.

However, poor performance led the Giants make left tackle Nate Solder the highest-paid offensive lineman in history (since exceeded by Taylor Lewan) this offseason, moving Flowers to the right side.

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Flowers started all but two games at left tackle between 2015 and 2017 before being moved to right tackle this summer.

Flowers was the ninth-overall pick in the 2015 draft, one of the Giants' early efforts to build a competent offensive line after spending top-two-round picks on Weston Richburg in 2013 and Justin Pugh in 2014.

Wheeler said of Flowers' release: "Anything can happen".

The second-year pro out of USC said of his own play: "I can always be better". In Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers, he played just five snaps, all on special teams, in a 33-31 defeat.

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