D.J. Fluker could end up having just a one-year stint with the New York Giants franchise.

According to Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline and his Day 1 NFL Combine notes, Fluker is unlikely to re-sign with the Giants. There are three current teams to keep an eye on to sign Fluker.

D.J. Fluker is another offensive lineman who is unlikely to stay with the Giants. Potential destinations for Fluker include the Miami Dolphins, Arizona Cardinals and Seattle Seahawks.

Earlier this offseason, Fluker sent an ominous Tweet about his future with the Giants.

Fluker signed a one-year contract with the Giants last offseason. Ex-head coach Ben McAdoo made the egregious decision last preseason to leave Fluker as a reserve for Week 1. The right side of the Giants offensive line was promptly embarrassed by the Dallas Cowboys in Week 1 with simple stunts against right guard John Jerry and right tackle Bobby Hart. It took McAdoo another few weeks before inserting Fluker into the lineup at right guard, but once he saw the field, the Giants run game immediately took a massive step forward. Although Fluker earned below-average pass-blocking grades from Pro Football Focus and has been known to struggle in this area throughout his career, he plays with the passion and toughness that new general manager Dave Gettleman and Pat Shurmur love.