Either Tom Coughlin sees something in Ereck Flowers or he has become exceptional in trolling the Giants.
The Jacksonville Jaguars signed the former Giants left tackle to a one-year deal on Friday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter, just three days after he was released by Big Blue.
Coughlin, executive vice president of football operations for the Jaguars, was the Giants head coach when the team drafted Flowers with the ninth overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Flowers, however, never panned out and is considered a bust as he failed to show any progress and was replaced at left tackle by free agent Nate Solder and moved to right tackle before the start of the season.
The position switch did not make much of a difference and the Giants released him after just five games.
Flowers fills a need for depth at left tackle for the Jaguars after Cam Robinson tore his ACL in Week 2, ending his season.
Robinson was replaced by Josh Wells, but he sustained a groin injury in the Jaguars' recent Week 5 loss to the Chiefs and was placed on the injured reserve on Friday.
Head coach Doug Marrone said the Jaguars will start four-year veteran Josh Walker against the Cowboys on Sunday.