Giants Re-Sign OL John Jerry

The Giants are not done spending money on the offensive line. Today, they agreed to terms with offensive lineman John Jerry on a three-year deal worth $10MM, Ian Rapoport of tweets. The pact includes $4.25MM guaranteed. John Jerry (vertical)

The Giants signed former Chargers offensive lineman D.J. Fluker to a deal over the weekend. Now, Jerry will return to a unit that has lost Marshall Newhouse to the Raiders. Veteran Will Beatty reportedly is not expected to return.

Jerry, 30, started all 16 games for the Giants last season, lining up at right guard. It seems likely that he’ll reprise that role in 2017. The rest of the line, however, remains in flux. It’s not clear where left tackle Ereck Flowers will play and Fluker is not guaranteed a starting job. The only offensive lineman who have secured starting roles, reportedly, are Justin Pugh and Weston Richburg.

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  1. Scott Costello

    Looks like we are going to have the same horrible line we had last year. Always fun to talk about the great WR weapons we have, but it’s no fun watching as ELI gets no time to throw them the ball. Apparently OL is not important, who knew??

  2. Giants51

    He worked out here in the Phoenix area and it paid off…… Hope he returned…… Was a much improved player…..

  3. metseventually

    So they’ll draft a new LT…right….right?


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