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Will Beatty | Tackle

Team: New York Giants
Age / DOB:  (30) / 3/2/1985
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 319
College: Connecticut
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The Giants' website doesn't expect Will Beatty to move to right tackle.
There's been speculation Beatty could be replaced if the Giants can upgrade on him in the draft or free agency, but it would be a surprise if he didn't remain on Eli Manning's blindside. Beatty has an $8.15 million cap hit in 2015 and is under contract for the next three seasons. After a dismal 2013 campaign, Beatty flourished in first-year OC Ben McAdoo's quick-hitting 2014 passing attack, grading out as a top-12 left tackle in Pro Football Focus' grades. He was PFF's No. 14 overall tackle. Jan 24 - 5:44 PM

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ESPN's Dan Graziano believes the Giants could move on from LT Will Beatty after this season.

Beatty has three years and $26.5 million remaining on his current deal. The Giants can get out of his contract next offseason by making him a June 1 cut. Beatty is PFF's No. 7 left tackle through eight weeks, but has struggled with injuries and consistency throughout his career. His future with the Giants will be determined by how he plays over the final nine games.
Sat, Oct 25, 2014 08:23:00 PM

Giants LT Will Beatty (leg) will make his 2014 preseason debut on Saturday night.

Beatty claims his previously fractured right leg is in "great football shape." The G-Men desperately need Beatty to rediscover his 2012 form after he struggled mightily throughout 2013, before going down. PFF has charted fill-in LT Charles Brown as one of the worst tackles in the league this preseason.
Thu, Aug 14, 2014 11:43:00 AM

Giants LT Will Beatty (leg) expects to be ready for the start of training camp.

Beatty broke his leg in the season finale and sat out the spring. OL coach Pat Flaherty indicated Beatty will have to come back and earn his starting job after a miserable 2013. Charles Brown, James Brewer, and Justin Pugh all have the ability to line up at left tackle. Brown is Beatty's main competition.
Tue, Jul 1, 2014 11:18:00 AM

Giants LT Will Beatty (leg) is expected to remain sidelined until training camp.

Beatty said last month that he was ahead of schedule, but the G-Men have little to gain by pushing their left tackle's progress.
Thu, May 29, 2014 03:56:00 PM

Giants LT Will Beatty (leg) said he's ahead of schedule in his rehab.

Beatty broke his right leg in the season finale and is still questionable for Week 1. He'll be given every opportunity to hold down the left side of the Giants' line, but the G-Men have a number of versatile linemen that can play multiple positions up front. Charles Brown and Justin Pugh are left-tackle options.
Tue, Apr 22, 2014 01:16:00 PM

Giants LT Will Beatty underwent surgery Monday to repair his fractured right tibia.

Per beat writer Ralph Vacchiano, Beatty "should be ready" for the start of the 2014 season. His training camp availability may be more murky. At coach Tom Coughlin's year-ending presser, he spoke openly of potentially moving RT Justin Pugh to left tackle. Beatty is coming back to the G-Men, but may have to compete with an offseason acquisition to start on the right side.
Mon, Jan 6, 2014 02:02:00 PM

The Giants expect LT Will Beatty (leg) to be ready for the 2014 season opener.

Beatty broke his right leg in the meaningless Week 17 finale against the Redskins. He'll likely miss a chunk of the offseason. Depending on how severe the fracture is, Beatty should be ready in time for Week 1. He just wrapped up the first year of a five-year, $37.5 million deal. Beatty graded out near the bottom of Pro Football Focus' tackle rankings and gave up a league-high 13 sacks.
Tue, Dec 31, 2013 09:33:00 AM

Giants LT Will Beatty left Sunday's Week 17 game against the Redskins with a a fractured leg.

In this meaningless game, Beatty took a shot to the inside of his right knee and went down in tons of pain. He had to be carted off, leaving Stephen Goodin to protect Curtis Painter's blind side. It's a fractured leg for Beatty, who just wrapped up the first year of a five-year, $37.5 million deal.
Sun, Dec 29, 2013 03:12:00 PM

Updating a previous item, Giants LT Will Beatty's new five-year contract is worth $37.5 million.

The sum was announced at $38.75 million, but that includes $1.25 million in escalators available on Beatty's 2014-2017 salaries that may or may not be earned. Beatty's contract is fully guaranteed in 2013 and 2014, and he'll collect $24 million over the first three years. The deal's annual average is $7.5 million.
Sat, Mar 2, 2013 03:50:00 PM

Giants re-signed LT Will Beatty to a five-year, $38.75 million contract.

The deal includes a $12.5 million signing bonus, and $19 million guaranteed. It's a nice haul for a player who finally stayed healthy last season after missing 14 combined games between 2010-11. Three days shy of his 28th birthday, Beatty allowed just three sacks and 22 hurries in 967 snaps last season. He was never expected to reach free agency. With Beatty locked up for $7.75 million annually, Branden Albert and Jake Long will both target at least $8 million a year.
Wed, Feb 27, 2013 02:58:00 PM

USA Today's Mike Garafolo says the Giants and free agent LT Will Beatty have just "minor issues" to resolve in contract negotiations.

Speaking to Giants fans, Garafolo tweeted, "I wouldn't sweat Will Beatty's free agency. Lots of time to resolve what I'm hearing are minor issues." Beatty has long been considered New York's top free-agent priority, and it appears a deal is likely before March 12. Retaining Beatty would leave the Giants a lot more comfortable on the offensive line heading into free agency and the draft.
Mon, Feb 25, 2013 07:59:00 PM

Giants GM Jerry Reese says there has been "some conversation" with free agent LT Will Beatty.

Beatty is the Giants' top free agent, along with Martellus Bennett, but neither is a likely option for the franchise tag. It might be wise for teams to let their free-agent offensive tackles hit the market because the talent pool is deep, therefore lowering their price tags.
Sat, Feb 23, 2013 04:07:00 PM

Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News considers free agent LT Will Beatty an option for the Giants' franchise tag.

Vacchiano "hears" that re-signing Beatty is the Giants' highest offseason priority. The franchise number for Beatty would be about $9.7 million, but the Giants' preference is a long-term deal. Vacchiano doesn't envision the G-Men using the franchise tag at all, but Beatty would be the most likely option if the team feels it'd be a steppingstone toward an extension.
Sun, Feb 17, 2013 10:45:00 AM

ESPN New York says re-signing impending free agent LT Will Beatty "might be the Giants’ highest priority" among in-house free agents.

Beatty and TE Martellus Bennett are the two free agents the Giants appear dead-set on keeping. Beatty, 28 in March, battled back issues last offseason, but started 15-of-16 games in 2012, grading out as Pro Football Focus' No. 12 overall tackle. He's part of a strong offensive tackle free-agent group.
Sat, Feb 9, 2013 01:46:00 PM

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