Giants Releasing Ereck Flowers if He's Not Traded by Tuesday Afternoon

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

Reports: Giants To Release Or Trade Ereck Flowers By Tuesday

Flowers, the offensive tackle chosen with the ninth overall pick in the 2015 National Football League draft, will be cut tomorrow if the Giants can't trade him first, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Flowers will be released if he isn't traded by 4:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday.

And now Flowers is out, leaving Landon Collins (second round, 33rd overall) as the only Giants draft pick remaining of six from 2015. Louis Rams selecting Todd Gurley. For his first three seasons he played left tackle (poorly), and this year before being benched in favor of Chad Wheeler, he manned the right tackle spot.

Despite several setbacks from Flowers, chosen including accusations that he quit on the team prior to their 2017 season finale against Washington (in which Flowers was listed as out with a groin injury), the Giants new regime kept their belief in him, moving him over to right tackle to open the 2018 season.

Scouts were concerned about Flowers' pass protection abilities coming out of college, and he proved those concerns to be warranted. During that span, the Giants' offensive line struggled often and Flowers was a big reason why.

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Flowers' time with the Giants was filled with uneven play and questionable moments.

Giants coach Pat Shurmur confirmed that the report is accurate.

New general manager Dave Gettleman also decided after last season not to pick up the option on the final year of Flowers' rookie contract. "We appreciate Ereck's efforts, and we just wish him the best. Sometimes a change of scenery is good". Flowers was a no-show for the beginning of the Giants' offseason workout program. He stayed there until two poor performances to start the season.

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