The Giants are adding a piece to their offensive line.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano has confirmed that Big Blue is signing tackle Cam Fleming to a one-year deal worth a maximum of $4 million.
Originally a fourth-round pick by New England in 2014, Fleming played his first four seasons with the New England Patriots, but played the last two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys.
Throughout his NFL career, the Stanford product has mainly been a backup player, but he's shown the versatility to play just about every position along the line.
Listed by the Cowboys at 6-foot-6, 320 pounds, Fleming is a big body who Vacchiano notes will likely slide into the Giants' starting lineup at right tackle.
For now, Nate Solder still seems looked into the left tackle spot. And with Will Hernandez and Kevin Zeitler at the guard spots, the offensive line is a bit more formidable with an experienced player like Fleming on the right side.
Of course, Fleming's deal is a short-term one, and the Giants could take one of the draft's top tackles with the fourth overall pick in the upcoming draft.