After getting limited production from the position last season, the Giants are reportedly seeking an improvement at tight end. Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com tweets that team is eyeing some of the top available tight ends, including Martellus Bennett, Jared Cook, and Jack Doyle. Earlier today, we learned that the team was also interested in Anthony Fasano.
The Giants crop of talented receivers predictably accounted for the majority of Eli Manning‘s targets last season, but the team still didn’t get much from their tight ends. Will Tye ended up leading the way, collecting 48 receptions for 395 yards and one touchdown. Jerell Adams and Larry Donnell combined for another 31 receptions.
The trio mentioned above would provide a certain upgrade at the position. Cook’s 10 games limited his counting stats, but Bennett and Doyle both finished with at least 55 receptions and 550 yards. The three players were also listed as PFR’s top available tight ends.
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