Offensive tackle Ereck Flowers has signed up with the Washington Redskins, the team announced Monday.

The Redskins didn’t disclose terms of the agreement, but a source told ’s Adam Schefter the contract is for one year and $4 million.

Flowers, 2 4, was the ninth overall selection in 2015 by the nyc Giants but not played at the advanced level due to a top-10 selection.

He started at left tackle in 49 of the 52 games at which he played for the Giants out of 2015 into’18 but lost his starting job last season in Week 3 into Chad Wheeler, who signed up with the Giants as an undrafted free agent at 2017.

The Giants cut him on Oct. 10, and the Jaguars signed him two days after to a one-year contract values $705,000. A rash of injuries along the offensive line pushed him to the starting line up, and he started the final seven games of the season.

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