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2022 Receiving

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Receptions
YDS
Receiving Yards
AVG
Average Yards per Reception
TD
Receiving Touchdowns
LNG
Longest Reception
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Top Daniel Bellinger News

  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Hauls in first career TD

    Bellinger caught his lone target for a 16-yard touchdown Sunday in a 19-16 win versus the Panthers.

    Bellinger logged the most snaps (42) among Giants tight ends in the victory, though Tanner Hudson led the group with three targets, two catches and 22 yards. Bellinger made the biggest impact, however, hauling in a Daniel Jones dumpoff in the third quarter and taking it 16 yards to pay dirt. Despite the score, Bellinger isn't a particularly appealing option in fantasy given that he has just one target over his first two contests.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Not listed on Week 1 injury report

    Bellinger (concussion) isn't listed on the injury report for Sunday's game in Tennessee, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.

    Bellinger didn't take long to pass through concussion protocol after suffering the head injury Aug. 28 in the Giants' final preseason game. He earned most of the first-team snaps at tight end throughout the preseason, and while he didn't do much with them, Bellinger could be the Week 1 starter at what looks like the team's weakest position. Behind him, the Giants have only 27-year-old Tanner Hudson and 25-year-old Chris Myarick, a duo with eight combined catches in the NFL. Bellinger is listed with the starters on the team's first depth chart of the regular season.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Takes another step

    Bellinger is making progress in the concussion protocol, with his work at Wednesday's practice including running on the side, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.

    Bellinger suffered the concussion Sunday and has another week and a half to get ready for the Giants' Sept. 11 season opener against the Titans. The fourth-round rookie worked with the starting offense throughout the preseason and appears to be the top option in arguably the weakest tight-end room in the league.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Progressing in recovery

    Bellinger (concussion) appears to be moving through the concussion protocol rapidly, Art Stapleton of The Record Sports reports, as the tight end was spotted on the field during Tuesday's practice.

    Concussions can have varying severities and return timelines, but Bellinger's appears to be mild considering he was able to take the field just two days after the injury, even if he wasn't doing much during the portion of practice available to the media. While he has yet to officially get the green light, it seems likely that the rookie fourth-round pick will be cleared in time to suit up for the Giants' Sept. 11 season opener in Tennessee.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Concussion confirmed

    Bellinger suffered a concussion during Sunday's preseason contest versus the Jets, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.

    Concussions don't follow any set timeline for a return to action, but fortunately for Bellinger he has exactly two weeks to make his way through the league's five-step protocol related to head injuries. In a Giants tight end room light on name players, the rookie fourth-round pick has a great chance to play a prominent role at the position Week 1 and beyond, assuming he's healthy.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: May have head injury

    Bellinger is under evaluation for a concussion during Sunday's preseason contest against the Jets, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Bellinger was seen making his way to the locker room with the Giants medical staff late in the first half. If he's eventually diagnosed with a head injury, he'll finish preseason Week 3 with three catches (on three targets) for 37 yards.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Mixed bag against Bengals

    Bellinger caught two of three targets for 10 yards in Sunday's 25-22 preseason win over the Bengals.

    On the bright side, Bellinger got the start and seems to be the top option on New York's tight end depth chart. The fourth-round pick out of San Diego State made a rookie mistake in this one, though, as he had a catchable pass from starting quarterback Daniel Jones bounce off his hands and into those of Bengals safety Daxton Hill for an interception. That miscue aside, Bellinger looks set to play a prominent role out of the gate, though it's worth noting that he never totaled more than 357 receiving yards in a season in college.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Catches pass from backup QB

    Bellinger caught his only target for five yards in Thursday's 23-21 preseason win over the Patriots.

    Bellinger was listed atop the tight end depth chart heading into the preseason opener, but Daniel Jones didn't look his way during the starting quarterback's two drives of action, as the only pass thrown Bellinger's way came from backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor. Bellinger will look to make more of an impact in New York's second preseason game Aug. 21 against Cincinnati, as Ricky Seals-Jones (undisclosed) and Jordan Akins remain hot on his heels for playing time at tight end.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Working as No. 1 tight end

    Bellinger has been getting the clear majority of first-team work at tight end during camp, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Bellinger spent some time on the PUP list in late July, but he's since recovered from a quadriceps issue and may have worked his way into the lead role at tight end for New York to begin his rookie season. Ricky Seals-Jones initially was thought to be the slight favorite to top the depth chart at the position, but he's missed the entire past week of practice with an undisclosed issue. Should Bellinger secure the No. 1 TE role, he'd be an interesting target in fantasy given the team's potential offensive growth in head coach Brian Daboll's new system.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Comes off PUP list

    The Giants activated Bellinger (quadriceps) from the PUP list Wednesday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.

    Bellinger was placed on the list just under a week ago with a quadriceps issue, but he appears to be ready to return to practice as training camp gets underway. The 21-year-old is in line to get consideration for the starting role at tight end after he was selected in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft. He'll compete with Ricky Seals-Jones and Jordan Akins for work at the position.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Lands on PUP list

    The Giants placed Bellinger (quadriceps) on the physically unable to perform list Thursday, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Rookies reported for New York's training camp Tuesday, so Bellinger may have sustained his quad injury in the interval since. The 2022 fourth-round pick worked predominantly with the first team during spring practices, and he appears to have a legitimate shot at securing the No. 1 role in the Giants' tight end room. Of course, if Bellinger misses a substantial amount of practices time due to injury this offseason, his chances of starting could significantly dip.

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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Big-bodied target to Big Apple

    The Giants selected Bellinger in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 112th overall.

    Despite starting each of the past three seasons at San Diego State, Bellinger never amassed more than 357 receiving yards in a given season. However, that doesn't mean he's simply a run-blocking specialist, as the big-bodied target has soft hands and is a more refined route runner than one might imagine given his lack of collegiate production. While unassuming veterans Ricky Seals-Jones and Jordan Akins sit atop the Giants' depth chart, Bellinger could carve out snaps as a run blocker, which might afford him a small amount of passing opportunities early on.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-5, 253 lbs
Birthplace: Las Vegas, NV
Age: 22
School: San Diego St.