Jerry Reese unsure on New York Giants starting tight end

Senior Vice President and General Manager Jerry Reese of the New York Giants celebrates after the Giants won 21-17 against the New England Patriots during Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 5, 2012
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New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese admits that his side are still unsure who will be their number one tight end in the 2014 season.

New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese has admitted that the club are still unsure who will be their starting tight end for the 2014 season.

The Giants have several veterans on their 90-man roster, including Daniel Fells and Kellen Davis along with youngsters Adrien Robinson and Larry Donnell, who will fight it out to become one of Eli Manning's top targets for the next campaign.

"I think the jury is still out on who the number one tight end is, I think it'll probably be tight end by committee," Reese said on WFAN. "But there are some really good tight ends, some athletic, big guys who can run and catch the ball.

"Adrien Robinson and Larry Donnell are a couple of young guys who have been on the squad for a couple of years, but have had some injury stuff going on with them. We expect them to be healthy and to be able to pick up the slack here."

Brandon Myers was the Giants' top tight end last season, but he left the club in the off-season to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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