Jerry earned first-team reps at left guard during Saturday's practice, Tyler Dragon of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Jerry appears to have the upper hand on the competition at left guard as training camp commences, displacing Christian Westerman to a backup role.
Jerry signed a contract with the Bengals on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Jerry is entering his ninth season in the league after being waived by the Giants -- where he spent three years -- at the beginning of last season. The veteran will look to compete for a depth role during training camp.
Jerry was released by the Giants on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Jerry initially looked to have survived final roster cuts, but that was before the Giants made several waiver claims Sunday. The veteran, who started 16 games for New York in 2017 will now become an unrestricted free agent.
Jerry restructured his contract earlier this offseason, lowering his cap hit from $4.125 million to $3.6 million, Dan Duggan of The Athletic New York reports.
Jerry was originally under contract through 2019, but now he's only set to play in New York for the 2018 season. The Giants could still release him later this summer, though, which would save the team over $1 million in cap space.
Jerry won't return to Sunday's game against the Redskins due to a concussion, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports.
Jerry will be replaced by John Greco at left guard for the remainder of Sunday's game.
Jerry (tooth) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.
Jerry was held out of Wednesday's practice entirely due to the mouth issue, but the day off looks to have been all he needed. Expect Jerry to be active for Sunday's home contest against the Seahawks.
Jerry (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Per Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com, Jerry will reclaim his starting role at right guard, allowing Justin Pugh to move back to the left guard spot while Bobby Hart serves as the team's right tackle.
Jerry (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Art Stapleton of The Record reports.
Jerry hasn't been on the injury report all week so it's unclear when this ailment popped up, but it was likely in Thursday's practice. If he is unable to play, expect D.J. Fluker to fill in.
Jerry has signed a three-year, $10 million contract to remain with the Giants, Seth Walder of the New York Daily News reports.
Jerry has started 40 of 48 games since arriving in New York in 2014. His return to the Giants cements their right guard position for this season.
Giants left tackle Ereck Flowers, who hurt his ankle Sunday against the Cowboys, was able to practice in a limited capacity Wednesday. Although, his availability for Week 2 against the Falcons is still to be determined.
"It was just like any other injury," Flowers said, per NJ.com. "You've got to play through it and get through it.
"I guess we'll see. In my head, I'm looking to play."
With Will Beatty on the PUP list, John Jerry would likely be tasked with protecting quarterback Eli Manning's blindside Sunday, if Flowers can't play.
The Giants have completely remodeled their offensive line unit for the start of organized team activities.
Compared to last year's o-line, only two players are back but even those guys have switched positions and shifted along the line. Justin Pugh has gone from right tackle to left guard and Weston Richburg shifted from left guard to center.
Will Beatty, who was a mainstay at left tackle last season, will miss five to six months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle. Beatty's injury has paved the way for rookie Ereck Flowers to step in at the left tackle position.
Quaterback Eli Manning is still adjusting to all the moving pieces in front of him.
"Obviously, having a new center can be an adjustment," Manning said. "But (Weston) Richburg was here last year and I got snaps with him last year, so that hasn't been a big deal. Anytime you have a rookie at left tackle, it can be an adjustment."
Geoff Schwartz and John Jerry are splitting time at right guard, while Marshall Newhouse has been taking the snaps at right tackle.
The Giants have re-signed guard John Jerry to a two-year deal that will pay him $3.3 million with $1 million guaranteed, NJ.com reports.
Jerry started all 16 games at right guard last season but rated 66th out of 78 players in Pro Football Focus' ratings of the league's guards. With the Giants signing tackle Marshall Newhouse this offseason, it's possible Justin Pugh is moved inside, bumping Jerry to a reserve role.
Giants left tackle Will Beatty (leg), guard John Jerry (knee) and receiver Mario Manningham (knee) all will be limited during training camp, reports ESPN. The Giants' first practice is Tuesday.
Giants guard John Jerry, who missed offseason workouts recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery, is expected to be ready for the July 21 start of training camp, reports the team's website. Jerry started every game the past two seasons for Miami but is not currently projected as a Giants starter.
John Jerry, who was cited by investigators as one of the Dolphins who "engaged in a pattern of harrassment" directed at fellow offensive lineman Jonathan Martin in the bullying scandal of 2013, has been signed by the Giants.
His new team did not address those issues when it announced his acquisition, per the New York Daily News.
The guard started every game in the last two seasons for Miami.
Dolphins starting right guard John Jerry has cleared concussion protocol and will play Sunday against Pittsburgh. He was a full practice participant on Friday.
Dolphins starting guard John Jerry was a no-go for Wednesday practice, but his injury has yet to be revealed, per the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. His departure from the game Sunday against the Jets was for an undisclosed physical issue.
Of the nine Dolphins players who enter Week 3 against the Falcons listed as questionable on the injury report, only three are on the offensive side of the ball. They include quarterback Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) and offensive linemen John Jerry (knee) and Nate Garner (shoulder). All three were able to practice in full Friday.
The Dolphins have listed their injuries for Friday's preseason game at Jacksonville, reports the Miami Herald.
The players who are expected to play include: running back Lamar Miller (ankle), fullback Jorvorskie Lane (unknown), linebacker Dannell Ellerbe, defensive lineman Jared Odrick (groin), receiver Brian Hartline (calf) and defensive lineman Olivier Vernon (groin).
Receiver Mike Wallace's status remains unknown since he missed the Hall of Fame game with a groin injury, and defensive lineman Randy Starks (knee) and offensive lineman John Jerry (knee) and cornerback Jamar Taylor (hernia) are out.
Dolphins right guard John Jerry suffered a knee injury last week that has put him on crutches and might require surgery, reports the Miami Herald.
The team hopes the knee responds to treatement. But if Jerry is out for an extended stretch, Miami could try a number of different starting combinations on the offensive line, according to the report.