Excerpt: "Let's continue our series of positional reviews for the New York Giants by looking at tight end.

Martellus Bennett
-- In his first year after coming from the Dallas Cowboysas a free agent, Bennett proved what he set out to prove when he left Dallas and the shadow of Jason Witten. That is that he can be starting-caliber tight end in the NFL. Bennett's 55 receptions were the most by a Giants' tight end since Jeremy Shockey had 57 in 2007.

Bear Pascoe
--The blocking tight end played 245 snaps in 2012 and caught only four passes.

-- Started the year on PUP after injuring his knee in the Super Bowl. Finished the year on IR after the knee acted up again. Played in four games, was targeted once and did not catch a pass.

Adrien Robinson
-- A red-shirt rookie year for the fourth-round pick from Cincinnati. Got in two games, but was inactive most of the season." Read more...