The New York Giants will be entering the offseason with a chance of losing free agent tight end Brandon Myers. As it appears, the team will be willing to leave Myers walk now that a new offensive coordinator is running the show.
Former Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach Ben McAdoo was named the team’s offensive coordinator earlier this week, and he is expected to pursue a player familiar with his offense.
According to the Newark Star-Ledger, the Giants are expected to pursue Packers tight end Andrew Quarless.
In 2013, Quarless had the best season of his career after getting 10 starts following the season-ending neck injury to Jermichael Finley.
Quarless took advantage of the opportunity and recorded 32 catches, 312 yards, and two touchdowns. Quarless will likely compete with second-year TE Adrian Robinson for the starting job if he ultimately ends up signing in New York.