The New York Giants will be shopping for a new tight end when the free agency period begins and they’ll reportedly have their eyes set on Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless.
Packers tight end Andrew Quarless is expected to be near the top of that list, according to multiple league insiders. The Giants are expected to show interest when teams begin negotiating with free agents this weekend.
Quarless is coming off a career year with 32 catches for 312 yards with 2 touchdowns and that was in a season coming off a knee injury. Brandon Myers was the leading receiving tight end for the Giants last season with 47 catches for 522 yards and four touchdowns.
Quarless would likely come in as a second option for tight end and if the Giants wanted to pursue a tight end early in the draft they still could.