EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. The New York giants shot offensive line-man Patrick Omameh on Saturday. He started the season as the team’s trial.
The start page of Giant’s offensive line in week 1 against Jacksonville Jaguars has now been wiped out. The giants refused to deal with Ereck Flowers earlier this year.
Omameh was one of General Manager Dave Gettleman’s big offseason signings. Together with Left Handling Nate Solder, the veteran guard would help stabilize the offensive.
The giants signed Omameh for a three-year, $ 15 million deal earlier this year. But Omameh lost his starting job last month and was consumed after claiming that former Los Angeles Rams started shifting Jamon Brown earlier this week.
Brown or veteran John Greco starts on the right guard on Monday night against San Francisco 49ers. 1
9659002] Omameh was guaranteed $ 5.5 million this offseason after performing quite well for Jaguar last season. The giants were his fourth team in five years. They will now eat $ 3.5 million in dead money against the paycheck next season after releasing him in the first year of his business.
Omameh, 28, has played in 60 career games for Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears, Jaguars and Giants.
Wide receiver / kicker Quadree Henderson is read to active roster at Omameh’s location. Henderson resigned and was signed to the giant training group earlier this week.