Nov 27, 2016; Cleveland, OH, USA; New York Giants guard John Jerry (77) during the second quarter between the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants at FirstEnergy Stadium. The Giants won 27-13. Mandatory Credit: Scott R. Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

Jerry Reese and the New York Giants re-sign guard John Jerry as they try to improve their offensive line.

Guard John Jerry re-signed with the New York Giants on Monday.

According to Jordan Raanan of ESPN, the guard is signed for three years and the deal is worth up to $10 million. The deal includes $4.25 million in guaranteed money.

Jerry joined the Giants in 2014 as a free agent. He has played mostly right guard for Big Blue. Last year he allowed just two sacks and had a Pro Football Focus grade of 77.

One of the Giants weaknesses is their offensive line. After Big Blue signed D.J. Fluker to a one-year, $3 million deal on Saturday, many thought that Fluker would take Jerry’s spot at right guard. Now it looks like the two will compete for the right guard job.

If Jerry stays at right guard then Fluker could play right tackle. It will be interesting to see who will play right guard for the Giants next season.

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