Breaking Down New York Giants’ Situation at Tight End

May 16, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In this installment of my New York Giants position previews, I look at the tight ends.
2015 in Review
The Giants' tight end group that began the 2015 regular season might have lacked star power, but there was little reason to believe that it couldn’t be effective.
That was, at least, until the injury bug tore through the unit. In-line blocking specialist Daniel Fells, who had an ankle injury early in the year, contracted MRSA, which required multiple surgeries to his foot.
Larry Donnell, the starter, would go on to suffer a cracked bone in his neck, something he let slip when he spoke to reporters last month before clamming up on providing further details.
When it was all said and done, no one from this group passed the 500-yard mark in receiving—rookie Will Tye, who wasn’t even on the 53-man roster to start the season, led the team with 464 receiving yards.
By comparison, of the 12 teams that qualified for the playoffs last s...

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