It's hard to believe that just three years ago, Beatty was heading into the season fresh off a five-year deal worth up to $38.75 million. Since then, the team has been a carousel up front with the current offensive line being the closest quarterback Eli Manning has been to stability in half a decade.
There are still holes, though. And Beatty, who signed a one-year deal, will compete for the right tackle job. Second-year left tackle Ereck Flowers will stay in his position despite some struggles.
The team is currently rolling with a combination of Marshall Newhouse and Bobby Hart at right tackle. Newhouse has been deflecting speculation that the Giants would sign another veteran all offseason. The team was previously associated with Eugene Monroe before the former Ravens tackle decided to retire.