Beatty signed a contract Tuesday with the Eagles, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Beatty most recently played six games with the Giants in 2016, which came after he missed the entire 2015 season with a torn pectoral muscle. The veteran will help add depth to an offensive line that will be without its top tackle, Jason Peters (knee), for the rest of the season.
Beatty (coach's decision) is inactive for the Giants' Week 2 tilt against the Saints.
The veteran lineman is healthy and simply appears to be a healthy scratch.
The Giants placed offensive lineman Will Beatty (pectoral) on the PUP list Tuesday, which means he will miss at the least the first six weeks of the 2015 season.
The Giants also placed Josh Gordy (hip) and Bennett Jackson (knee) on injured reserve, while waived-injured Brandon Mosley (back) and Akeem Hunt (hamstring).
The Giants placed tackle Will Beatty on the physically unable to perform list on Friday, according to The New York Daily News.
Beatty is expected to miss five to six month with a torn pectoral muscle.
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.
Things are moving really fast for Giants offensive lineman Ereck Flowers. The eighth overall pick in the draft, because of an injury to Will Beatty, might have inherited a huge workload this season, per nj.com.
Art Kehoe, Flowers' offensive line coach at the University of Miami, thinks Flowers will be up to the task of protecting quarterback Eli Manning.
"I'm sure he raised his level up a notch or two, but I think he plays every week, I think he plays hard in practice," Kehoe said. "He's an unproven commodity at the next level, and he's a high draft pick, [the Giants] drafted him to be a fixer, so I'm sure he's going in there to do what he did in Miami — scrap his ass off every day in practice, and if you're supposed to be a badass the next weekend [against] your opponent, he's gonna be there and he's gonna bring everything he's got. That's what he does. He wants to know that there's a dude, and he has to take care of him, and he'll be up to the challenge.
Giants' 2013 first-round pick, Justin Pugh is also a top candidate to fill in for the injured Beatty.
The Giants have reported that left tackle Will Beatty has undergone successful surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle. His recovery time is expected to be about five months, which would allow him to return just before midseason.
The team's second-round pick in 2009 has played in 82 regular-season games with 63 starts. He played in every game for the third straight year in 2014. His consecutive start streak of 46 is destined to end this season.
The Giants offensive line suffered a big blow when left tackle Will Beatty apparently injured his pectoral muscle while lifting weights, per Fox Sports' Mike Garafolo.
According to the report, Beatty was being evaluated Wednesday, and per ESPN sources, Beatty's pec was torn, which would require a surgery that will keep him out of action for 5-to-6 months.
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Giants tackle Will Beatty is probable to return to Sunday's game against the Cowboys with an eye injury, the team announced. Beatty was one of several players on both sides to suffer injuries in the fourth quarter Sunday night, but it appears the injury is minor in his case.
Giants coach Tom Coughlin expects left tackle Will Beatty to play Saturday against the Colts, reports Newsday. Beatty broke his leg in last year's regular-season finale and originally was not expected to suit up until the third preseason game.
The Giants are expected to be without 10 players for Saturday's preseason opener against the Steelers, the team's official site reports.
The list of players expected to sit out includes: wide receivers Odell Beckham and Trindon Holliday; tight ends Daniel Fells and Xavier Grimble; running back Peyton Hillis; offensive lineman Will Beatty; defensive linemen Mike Patterson and Kelcy Quarles; linebacker Jon Beason; and defensive back Trumaine McBride.
Giants coach Tom Couglin said left tackle Will Beatty (leg) won't play in Saturday's preseason game against the Steelers. However, Beatty is expected to see playing time in the third preseason game at Indianapolis (Aug. 16).
The Giants unveiled a list of players who did not make the trip and will not participate in the preseason opener against the Bills in Canton, per ESPN. The following players will sit out Sunday: defensive end Robert Ayers, linebacker Jon Beason, offensive tackle Will Beatty, wide receiver Odell Beckham, tight end Xavier Grimble, guard Eric Herman, wide receiver Trindon Holliday, corner back Bennett Jackson, cornerback Trumaine McBride, defensive tackle Mike Patterson, linebacker Spencer Paysinger and running back David Wilson.
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 left tackle Will Beatty, who fractured his leg in last year's season finale, will sit out this week's minicamp. Coach Tom Coughlin said Beatty appears to be making progress in his rehab, adding he hopes Beatty will be ready for training camp.
"He’s doing all the rehab, but on paper he wasn’t scheduled to go until training camp," Coughlin said.
Giants left tackle Will Beatty, coming off a massive leg and knee injury, is running but only in a straight line. He might not be heavily involved in next month's OTAs and his rehab could stretch into training camp, reports The Star-Ledger.
"Who knows the future? I know today I’m doing good," Beatty told the paper. "I know today I am past expectations of the doctor and I want to make sure tomorrow I’m the same way. I want to make sure I keep improving so when it is time for opening day, I’m there. When it is time to put on pads for the first time, I can put on pads. Those are my goals, to hit those, I guess, mile markers."
Giants left tackle Will Beatty claimed he's "past the doctor's expectations" in rehab but isn't sure if he'll be ready for the season opener, the New York Daily News reported. Beatty broke his leg in Week 17 of last season and turned 29 this past March.
Giants left tackle Will Beatty, who broke his leg in the Week 17 win over Washington, is expected to be ready for the start of next season, reports the New York Daily News. Beatty, 28, has four years left on his contract.
With center David Baas (knee) and tackle David Diehl (thumb) still sidelined, the Giants continue to tinker with their offensive line. On Monday they trotted out Kevin Boothe at center in place of Jim Cordle, reports ESPN.com.
James Brewer moved to left guard, while rookie Justin Pugh remained at right tackle, the report said. Right guard Chris Snee and left tackle Will Beatty stayed put.
Coach Tom Coughlin said nothing is set in stone. "We’ll try different combinations," he said. "Nothing wrong with that, I hope."