The New York Giants didn't make a substantial move to improve their tight end group in the offseason. General manager Jerry Reese seems to be confident their in-house options will surprise people.
"I think the jury is still out on who the No. 1 tight end is, I think it'll probably be tight end by committee," Reese said Monday on WFAN-AM (via NJ.com). "But there are some really good tight ends, some athletic, big guys who can run and catch the ball.
The Giants are replacing Brandon Myers, who started 14 games last season but never formed strong chemistry with Eli Manning. Jermichael Finley and Dustin Keller are two veteran options on the open market, but both come with significant health questions. Reese hinted at the possibility of bringing in another player this summer.
"We're always looking for a few upgrades as we go through the offseason and into the season at every position at every position," Reese said. "But we expect (Robinson and Donnell) to come on, and they can be dynamic if we can get them going."