Giants To Release Or Trade Ereck Flowers By Tuesday

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Shurmur said Tuesday that Rosas' injury is improving. "I hate to lose a teammate". The Giants could promote tackle Brian Mihalik from the practice squad to serve as an emergency swing tackle with center/guard Spencer Pulley serving as an extra lineman and jumbo tight end in sub packages.

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

The Giants did not pick up Flowers' fifth-year option, so his rookie contract expires after this season and he will be a free agent in March. And Flowers' attitude was as problematic as his play.

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. However, after starting in 46 of a possible 48 games over his first three seasons, Flowers saw his play time fall this year.

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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.

But when the Giants' offense took the field for the ensuing possession, Wheeler was back out there. In Sunday's loss to the Carolina Panthers, he played just five snaps, all on special teams, in a 33-31 defeat.

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

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