Flowers' time with the Giants was filled with uneven play and questionable moments.
After giving Flowers every chance to succeed during his first three seasons, the Giants finally made the decision to move him from left tackle prior to the start of the 2018 season.
The New York Giants recently benched offensive tackle Ereck Flowers, and now they'll reportedly either trade him or release him, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
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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.
Officially, Gettleman's plan is to release Flowers if he can't trade him by 4 p.m. Tuesday, according to sources.
This season, Pro Football Focus has given Flowers a grade of 53.8, which considered average by the metric's scale, yet is the 59th-ranked score among all graded offensive tackles.
As for his now-former head coach Pat Shurmur? However, after starting in 46 of a possible 48 games over his first three seasons, Flowers saw his play time fall this year. "Sometimes a change of scenery is good for a person, and we're just hopeful he can go out and continue to have a good career". Heading into Week 3, Shurmur chose to bench Flowers and give his job to Chad Wheeler, who originally signed with the Giants as an undrafted free agent previous year. But the Daily News has learned that as of late Monday afternoon, Flowers was gone from the building and effectively off the team already. He stayed there until two poor performances to start the season.