Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Giants' picks: Round 2/60 -- William Beatty, LT, 6-5, 310, Connecticut...Beatty appears headed for competition with reserves Adam Koets and Guy Whimper as the backup to the two starters, but Reese and college scouting boss Marc Ross feel he has true left tackle capabilities. For the moment, however, he might be targeted as the emergency replacement for right tackle Kareem McKenzie, who is subject to back spasms. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Will Beatty News
02/19/16 - T Will Beatty had his contract terminated by the Giants Wednesday (Feb. 17) with the designation failed physical.
11/13/15 - LT Will Beatty will remain on the PUP list for the rest of the season. Head coach Tom Coughlin said that Beatty, who had been trying to work his way back from a torn pectoral muscle suffered in May, will undergo a surgical procedure on his rotator cuff, thus ending his season.
11/11/15 - OT Will Beatty will continue to practice this week as his 21-day window comes to a close. Beatty, who had begun the season on PUP, must either be added to the 53-man roster or left on PUP as of 4 p.m. ET on Thursday.
10/21/15 - LT Will Beatty, who spend the first six weeks of the season on the PUP list, participated in his first practice of 2015, doing just individual drills. Head coach Tom Coughlin said that Beatty will be brought along slowly as he works his way back into football shape. The Giants have 21 days to make a decision regarding whether to add Beatty to the roster or leave him on PUP.
10/20/15 - T Will Beatty, who has been on the PUP list while recovering from offseason pectoral surgery, is eligible to begin practicing with the Giants this week.
Head coach Tom Coughlin said that it had not yet been decided if the team would start the 21-day window allowing Beatty, who tore his muscle in May, to practice with the team.
"When that is decided, it will be slow going," Coughlin said. "He'll first start with individual, when that happens, I'm not sure if that's going to start this week. When we do, it will be with the idea of bringing him back slowly."
Once Beatty does begin to practice, Coughlin said that he has a "lot of work ahead of him" before he's cleared to return to the playing field.
"You have to put him in football work, Coughlin said. "He hasn't done that for a long, long time. He has to get used to his pads. He's got a lot of work ahead of him."