Giants Re-Sign OT Will Beatty To One-Year, $1.1M Deal


ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Giants are re-signing veteran OT Will Beatty on Tuesday.

  • Adam Caplan reports that Beatty receives a one-year $1.1 million contract that’s fully guaranteed.
  • The deal also includes $750,000 available in incentives.

Beatty worked out for the Panthers and Jaguars a few weeks ago, so there was some interest in him. However, many doubted that Beatty would return to the Giants, even though they could use some offensive tackle help.

Beatty wound up undergoing multiple offseason surgeries for a torn left pectoral and a torn right rotator cuff, but his doctor says that he’s doing great.

He looks fabulous, he looks great,” said Dr. Frank Cordasco. “He’s done very, very well and I think he’ll contribute to a team. Obviously it remains to be seen which team, but I fully expect him back and contributing on an offensive line.

Beatty, 31, is a former second-round pick of the Giants back in 2009. He spent all six years of his career in New York before he was released in a move that freed up $4,175,000 in available cap space for the Giants.

Beatty’s 2015 season ended when tore his pectoral muscle while working in the weight room back in May of last year.

We had him featured in our Best Available Free Agents list.

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