Fleming signed a one-year deal with the Giants on Wednesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Fleming started six games at left tackle for the Cowboys over the last two years when Tyron Smith was sidelined with injuries. It's unlikely he beats out Nate Solder for a starting job on the left side of the Giants' line, but Fleming could bump to right tackle and push Nick Gates for work. Fleming will have familiarity with offensive coordinator Jason Garrett's system working in his favor.
The Cowboys declined Fleming's option Tuesday, making him an unrestricted free agent, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Fleming spent the past two seasons with the Cowboys, starting six of 28 games. It's likely that wherever the 27-year-old signs, he'll operate as a rotational offensive linemen.
Fleming (calf) does not have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Fleming turned in limited practices Wednesday and Thursday before fully participating Friday. With La'el Collins questionable due to knee and back issues, the 27-year-old could see significant playing time if Collins can't go.
Fleming (calf) is ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Vikings, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.
Fleming was unable to practice in any capacity this week, and he'll now miss a second consecutive game. His absence will be a blow to depth along the offensive line for Dallas.
Fleming (calf) was ruled out for Monday's game against the Giants, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.
Fleming was a non-participant at practice this week so it's no real surprise to see him unavailable for Week 9. The Cowboys should be OK at offensive tackle in his absence since starters La'el Collins and Tyron Smith are both cleared to play.
Head coach Jason Garrett said Fleming "tweaked" his calf in practice last week, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Fleming started at tackle in Dallas' Week 5 and Week 6 matchups with Green Bay and Philadelphia, respectively. It's unclear how serious the calf issue is, but his participation in practice this week should help clear things up with regard to his status for Monday's game with the Giants.
Fleming (shin) played 37 of 77 offensive snaps in last week's preseason opener against San Francisco.
Fleming battled a shin injury during OTAs in May, but his workload in Week 1 of the preseason indicates he's fully recovered.
Fleming was unable to practice Wednesday due to a bruised shin, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
It's unclear if the injury will sideline Fleming for the duration of OTAs, but he should at least be back to full strength for training camp. The 26-year-old suited up in nine games for the Cowboys last season, making three starts.
The Cowboys signed Fleming to a one-year contract Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Fleming played in 12 games for the Patriots last season with six starts at tackle. The 25-year-old could potentially start at right tackle for the Cowboys -- which would move La'el Collins to left guard -- but at the very least he provides quality depth at tackle, a weakness illustrated due to the injury troubles of starting left tackle Tyron Smith (knee) in 2017.
Fleming (ankle) is inactive for the Patriots' season opener against the Chiefs on Thursday.
There was some optimism that Fleming might be ready to play after returning to practice Tuesday, but instead he will not dress against the Chiefs. Regardless, the former fourth-round pick now has plenty of time to be ready for Week 2.
Fleming (ankle) returned to practice Tuesday, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports.
It is a quick turnaround since the Pats' first game is Thursday against the Chiefs, but making it to Tuesday's practice is a great sign for his potential activation ahead of the opener.
Fleming (ankle) did not practice Monday.
Unable to practice at all, things aren't looking great for his Thursday availability. If he's able to practice Tuesday or Wednesday, the team could make him active for Thursday's contest, but it's hard to imagine Fleming avoiding an inactive status if he can't turn in at least one session.
Fleming signed his exclusive rights free-agent tender with the Patriots on Monday, NFL Network reports.
Fleming, the Patriots' fourth-rounder from 2014, has appeared in 35 regular season games since coming into the league (14 starts). He'll likely enter the 2016 campaign in a swing tackle role.
The Patriots placed an original-round tender on Fleming on Tuesday, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports.
This means the restricted free agent will make $1.797 million if he chooses to sign with the Patriots. If he goes elsewhere, that team will have to give up a fourth-round pick in order to sign him. Fleming has played an important role in the Patriots' offense, as he has made 14 starts over the past three seasons and secured a role as the "sixth man" of the offensive line.
The Patriots have deemed the following players as inactive for Saturday's divisional round game against the Ravens: Josh Boyce, Jordan Devey, Zach Moore, Steve Maneri, Cameron Fleming, James White and Jonas Gray.
Gray, who 89 carries for 412 yards and five touchdowns in the regular season, is dealing with an ankle injury. Gray was listed as probable throughout the week.
The Patriots are 7-point favorites against Baltimore Saturday.
The Patriots listed 18 players on its final injury report for Week 17 against Buffalo. Quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) was the only player on the report listed as probable, while running back Jonas Gray (ankle) and cornerback Alfonzo Dennard (hamstring) were ruled out. The rest were deemed questionable.
The others include long snapper Danny Aiken (finger), cornerback Kyle Arrington (hamstring), running back LeGarrette Blount (shoulder), cornerback Brandon Browner (groin), linebacker Jamie Collins, offensive lineman Dan Connolly (knee), wide receiver Julian Edelman (thigh, concussion), offensive lineman Cameron Fleming (ankle), linebacker Dont'a Hightower (shoulder), defensive end Chandler Jones (hip), wide receiver Brandon LaFell (shoulder), defensive end Rob Ninkovich (heel), running back Shane Vereen (ankle), offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer and linebacker Chris White (ankle).
The Patriots listed the following players as questionable for Week 16’s game at the New York Jets: Danny Aiken (finger), Kyle Arrington (hamstring), LeGarrette Blount (shoulder), Dan Connolly (knee), Julian Edelman (concussion), Cameron Fleming (ankle), Dont'a Hightower (shoulder), Chandler Jones (hip), Brandon LaFell (shoulder), Rob Ninkovich (heel), Shane Vereen (ankle) and Chris White (ankle).
Quarterback Tom Brady (ankle) was the only player listed as probable. The Patriots did not have any players listed as out or doubtful.
The Patriots are 10 1/2-point favorites over the Jets.
The Patriots ruled cornerback Alfonzo Dennard, offensive lineman Jordan Devey, offensive lineman Cameron Fleming, running back James White, linebacker Chris White, defensive lineman Dominique Easley and defensive lineman Zach Moore inactive for Week 15 against Miami.
Patriots defensive lineman Dominique Easley is out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins with a knee injury. The Boston Herald reported earlier in the day the team is considering placing Easley on injured-reserve to have him healthy in 2015.
The Patriots also listed nine players as questionable for Sunday including: Dont'a Hightower, Cameron Fleming, Brandon LaFell Chandler Jones, Rob Ninkovich, Chris White , Julian Edelman, Dan Connolly and Shane Vereen.
The Patriots have ruled the following players as inactive for Sunday night's Week 14 matchup against the Chargers: offensive tackle Cameron Fleming (ankle), defensive end Chandler Jones (hip), linebackers Dont'a Hightower (shoulder) and Chris White (ankle), cornerback Alfonzo Dennard, running back James White and offensive lineman Jordan Devey.
The Patriots had a lengthy list of questionable players on the team's final injury report, including inactives Fleming, Hightower and Jones. Chris White was doubtful to play in Week 14. The team had seven other questionable players as well as two probables, and all nine of those players are active.