The Giants’ search for a new tight end continues.
On Sunday night, Larry Donnell got the start against the Bills, which made sense given the praise he has garnered in training camp. But Donnell didn’t do anything worthy of praise in the Hall of Fame game. The good news is that none of the other tight ends did, either.
Targeted twice, Donnell caught one pass for 13 yards. Daniel Fells caught one for 10. And they’re the only two tight ends who actually got in the game.
Adrien Robinson and Kellen Davis also played, but registered no stats. Xavier Grimble had been a pregame scratch.
It’s just a matter of time before some of those five guys are gone — and before they find someone else, via waiver, trade, or otherwise.