The New York Giants may have signed offensive tackle Cam Fleming earlier in free agency, but that will not preclude them from signing another tackle as the free agent period winds down or possibly selecting one in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Sheil Kapadia of The Athletic believes it will be the former, and has predicted that general manager Dave Gettleman goes out and signs one of his former Carolina Panthers draft picks, Daryl Williams.

Daryl Williams, OT, Panthers (28)
Signs with: New York Giants

The Giants signed right tackle Cameron Fleming but could still use options. GM Dave Gettleman drafted Williams, who has experience playing tackle and guard, in Carolina.

A fourth-round pick of Gettleman’s Panthers in 2015, Williams is a versatile offensive lineman similar to Fleming in that he can play swing tackle or move inside to guard if absolutely necessary.

Williams has appeared in 56 career games with 41 starts and was named to the Pro Bowl in 2017. However, he finished last season with a Pro Football Focus grade of just 56.1 and allowed a concerning 12 sacks.

Whether or not that is a short-lived blemish or the new norm for Williams, his addition on something like a veteran’s minimum would provide the Giants with competition at right tackle at the very least. However, neither he nor Fleming leap off the page as a long-term answer for the Giants.