The New York Giants need to find Eli Manning some more help this offseason and that means going out and at least kicking the tires on free agent tight ends. It’s a bad situation when you’re missing the Jeremy Shockey days in new York, but the Giants have no on for Manning to throw to at tight end in a day and age where the position is more important than ever.
Jordan Ranaan from NJ.com reports that the Giants may have found their tight end in Green Bay Packers target Andrew Quarless.
Andrew Quarless, who worked under new Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo as a tight end in Green Bay, drew early interest from the team this weekend, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Quarless has been mostly quiet for his tenure with the Packers, and that could mean he’s either yet to develop or has been lying dormant in the Packers system.
New York is hoping for the latter, but either option is better than what they has currently on roster.