Five things to know about new offensive tackle Cam Fleming:
1. The 6-foot-5, 320-pounder played the past two seasons for the Dallas Cowboys under Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett and line coach Marc Colombo, who was on Garrett's staff. He also spent his first four seasons with the New England Patriots, where Giants coach Joe Judge was a special teams assistant and then coordinator.
2. Fleming, 27, has played in 75 regular-season games with 26 starts and in 11 postseason games with two starts, including Super Bowl LII. The Patriots' starting tackles in that loss to Philadelphia were Nate Solder and Fleming, who are again teammates on the Giants.
3. In the regular season, Fleming has started 10 games apiece at left and right tackle, five as an extra tackle and one game at right guard during his rookie season. Both of his postseason starts were at right tackle.
4. As a rookie, he played in seven regular-season games with two starts and played in two postseason games, including Super Bowl XLIX, when New England defeated Seattle. It was the first of Fleming's three Super Bowl appearances. Fleming started a career-high seven games (four at right tackle) in 2015 and played in all 16 games the following season, with five starts. In each of his two seasons in Dallas, he played in 14 games with three starts.
5. Originally a fourth-round selection (140th Overall) by the Patriots in 2014, Fleming was part of one of nation's top offensive lines at Stanford, where he started all 39 games in which he played. As a senior in 2013, he was named to the All-Pac 12 second-team and helped the Cardinal rush for an average of 207 yards per game. Born in Fort Hood, Texas, Fleming majored in aeronautics and astronautics. He graduated from Cypress Creek (Texas) High School and helped the school to a pair of 15-5A district championships.
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