Giants will trade or cut Ereck Flowers by tomorrow

Giants will trade or cut Ereck Flowers by tomorrow

Giants will trade or cut Ereck Flowers by tomorrow

The Giants made the decision to move on from Flowers earlier this week, and ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that they were looking for a trade partner. He was a Week 1 starter as a rookie but has struggled since entering the league.

"You hate to lose teammates", quarterback Eli Manning said when asked about Flowers' reportedly impending departure on Monday.

Although Flowers has started 48 games in his career and is just 24 years old, he isn't developing the way the Giants wanted him to, and if anything he appears to have regressed.

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Flowers was switched from left tackle to right this past offseason after the Giants declined his fifth-year option and signed former New England Patriots lineman Nate Solder to be their new left tackle.

Despite the renewed trust from both general manager Dave Gettleman and head coach Pat Shurmur, the 2018 season got off to a grim start, as Flowers was called for two penalties on his first drive of the season.

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Giants still hoping to complete a trade for OT Ereck Flowers by 4 pm today.

After the shift, he earned second-team All-ACC honors in 2014 and was subsequently chosen by the Giants with the ninth overall pick in the ensuing draft. I appreciate the way he's played hurt and handled a tough situation.

But when the Giants' offense took the field for the ensuing possession, Wheeler was back out there. He endured a hard Week 3 matchup against J.J. He also played through a hand injury sustained during Sunday's loss to Carolina.

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Flowers was so unhappy with the signing that he skipped parts of minicamp.

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