Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Flowers will be released if he isn't traded by 4:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday.
The Giants reportedly tried to trade Flowers during the National Football League draft back in late April, but could not find any takers. Louis Rams selecting Todd Gurley. He was supposed to be the team's left tackle for the next decade.
Entering the season, Flowers, 24, was subsequently shifted to right tackle and started each of New York's first two games at the spot prior being demoted to second string ahead of Week 3.
Flowers, who reportedly threw in the towel on the Giants' Week 17 finale last season, chafed this offseason at the signing of Nate Solder to replace him at left tackle.
Scouts were concerned about Flowers' pass protection abilities coming out of college, and he proved those concerns to be warranted. If no trade, Flowers' agent Drew Rosenhaus expects multiple teams to be interested in his client and for Flowers to have a new home by the end of this week.
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The 2018 season has just gone from bad to worse for Giants' offensive lineman Ereck Flowers.
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In selecting Flowers, the Giants passed on running back Todd Gurley, who went with the very next pick to the St. Louis Rams.
"We appreciate Ereck Flowers' efforts with the team". When he finally showed, they still immediately inserted him as the first-team right tackle. "Sometimes a change of scenery is good for a person". He stayed there until two poor performances to start the season.