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Dec 24, 2022 2 27 15 0 2
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Cements starting role as rookie

    Bellinger totaled 30 catches on 35 targets for 268 yards and two receiving touchdowns during the regular season in his rookie campaign. He added one rush for a two-yard touchdown. Bellinger saw his snap count rise steadily from Week 1 to Week 6 before suffering an eye injury against Jacksonville in Week 7. The issue required surgery and cost him four contests, but Bellinger immediately slotted back into a starting role upon his return and received the lion's share of New York's tight end snaps the rest of the way, including in two postseason contests during which he tallied three catches on five targets for 21 yards. While the rookie out of San Diego State didn't record more than five receptions or 42 yards in any game during the campaign, he made at least one catch in every contest after Week 1 and solidified his place as the Giants' tight end of the future. New York has a bevy of pass catchers along with quarterback Daniel Jones slated for free agency this offseason, so Bellinger's outlook for next year could be impacted by who the team adds, retains and parts ways with.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Hauls in TD in wild-card win

    Bellinger caught both his targets for 17 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-24 wild-card win over the Vikings. The rookie tight end hadn't scored a TD since Week 6, but Bellinger was on the other end of a nine-yard toss from Daniel Jones early in the third quarter that gave the Giants a 24-14 lead. Bellinger has shown flashes of upside in his brief career, but they didn't come against the team he'll face in the divisional round, as the Eagles held him to only three catches for 19 yards in their first meeting back in Week 14.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Slightly increases production

    Bellinger hauled in all three of his targets for 42 yards Sunday in the Giants' Week 17 win over Indianapolis. Bellinger tied for second on New York in receiving yardage with a total that established a new career-high mark. The bulk of the rookie tight end's production came on a 24-yard reception in the second quarter that took the ball to the Colts' seven-yard line and helped set up an Isaiah Hodgins receiving touchdown. Bellinger has been given a near every-down role for the playoff-bound Giants, but he hasn't put up the type of numbers typical of a must-roster tight end in standard fantasy leagues.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Records two catches Saturday

    Bellinger corralled both of his targets for 27 yards in Saturday's loss to Minnesota. He also lost one fumble. Bellinger was the only New York tight end to see any targets Saturday, and he played all but one of the team's offensive snaps. However, the rookie continued to post modest numbers, and his fumble following a 16-yad reception on the opening play of the second quarter led to a Vikings field goal. The 27 receiving yards was Bellinger's highest mark since returning from an eye injury in Week 13, emphasizing his relatively low fantasy ceiling as quarterback Daniel Jones has increasingly fed the team's wideouts while continuing to look to running back Saquon Barkley for short-yardage passing work.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Only one catch Sunday

    Bellinger caught one of four targets for four yards in a 20-12 victory over the Commanders on Sunday. Bellinger tied for fourth on New York with four targets, but he was able to corral only of them for a short gain. He ended up with his fewest receiving yards since being shut out entirely in the Giants' season opener, though that can be partly attributed to an overall quiet passing performance by Daniel Jones, who threw for only 160 yards. Bellinger played 98 percent of New York's offensive snaps and remains the team's clear-cut top tight end, and he will have a chance to bounce back in a Week 16 visit to Minnesota.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Playing Sunday

    Bellinger (ribs) is listed as active Sunday in Washington, Matt Citak of the Giants' official site reports. Last Sunday against the Eagles, Bellinger attempted to play through a rib injury but eventually departed for good in the fourth quarter. Coach Brian Daboll described Bellinger's issue as "pretty sore" Monday, capping him to limited sessions during Week 15 prep. It won't stop Bellinger from being available to the Giants offense Sunday, and assuming he avoids any in-game setbacks, he'll be set for a majority share of the team's TE reps. In nine appearances as a fourth-round rookie, he's hauled in 24 of 26 targets for 195 yards and two touchdowns.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Questionable due to rib injury

    Bellinger (rib) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Commanders, Matt Citak of the Giants' official site reports. Bellinger exited the Week 14 loss to the Eagles with a rib injury, and the rookie tight end has been limited in practice throughout the week while dealing with soreness. New York didn't get much production from its tight ends when Bellinger was out earlier in the season due to an eye injury, but Nick Vannett, Chris Myarick and Lawrence Cager would all be candidates for more playing time if Bellinger's unable to suit up Sunday.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Stays limited in practice

    Bellinger (rib) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Bellinger is dealing with a sore rib in the aftermath of this past Sunday's loss to the Eagles, during which he made his second straight appearance following a five-week absence due to a fractured left eye socket. The rookie tight end appears on track to be available this weekend in Washington, but he may need to upgrade to full practice participation Friday to avoid carrying an injury designation into Sunday.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Limited practice on tap

    Bellinger (ribs) will be a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. Per Dan Duggan of The Athletic, Bellinger was "pretty sore" following the Giants' loss to the Eagles in Week 14. While the tight end's status is worth monitoring ahead of Sunday's game against the Commanders, Bellinger's ability to practice in any fashion Wednesday appears to be a good sign with regard to his chances of playing.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Ruled out of Sunday's game

    Bellinger won't return to Sunday's game versus the Eagles due to a rib injury, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Bellinger exited the contest in the third quarter but was able to get back on the field for the Giants' first drive of the fourth. However, the rib issue that initially forced him to the sideline will keep him there for the rest of Week 14, from which he'll emerge with three catches (on three targets) for 19 yards. Bellinger's next chance to play will arrive next Sunday at Washington.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Week 14 Streamers (TE Preview)

    Daniel Bellinger has five targets in each of his past two full games and I would expect the Giants to be well above their normal pass rate against the Eagles.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Totals five catches in return

    Bellinger caught all five of his targets for 24 yards Sunday in the Giants' 20-20 tie with Washington. Playing in his first game since suffering a fractured left eye socket against Jacksonville in Week 7, Bellinger tied his career-best mark with five catches and finished in a tie for third on the team with five targets. The rookie tight end was used exclusively as a short-yardage option -- his longest gain went for just eight yards -- but it was still promising to see his level of involvement after the long layoff. New York appears committed to Bellinger as the team's clear-cut No. 1 tight end, giving him some low-end fantasy value at the position despite the Giants' mediocre passing game.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Drawing closer to return

    Bellinger (eye) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Commanders, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Bellinger isn't in the clear yet as he draws closer to the end of his recovery from the fractured left eye socket that he sustained back in Week 7. So far, he's missed four games as a result of the injury and subsequent surgery, but three capped practices in a row this week at least has given him a chance to return Sunday. If the Giants clear him ahead of a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff, Bellinger may be eased in due to the relatively steady play of fellow tight end Lawrence Cager over the last three outings.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Listed as limited Thursday

    Bellinger (eye) was listed as limited on Thursday's estimated injury report, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Bellinger has been in recovery mode since suffering a fractured left eye socket Week 7. He resumed catching passes during Week 11 prep, which continued into last week. The rookie fourth-rounder then logged his first practice since sustaining the injury Wednesday, participating in a limited capacity. Bellinger would have maintained that activity level one day later if the Giants had held a session, but he at least appears to be putting himself in a position to return to action Sunday versus the Commanders. Friday's report could give the final word on that front, but if Bellinger doesn't suit up this weekend, Lawrence Cager again would be in line for an expanded role at tight end.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Week 13 return remains possible

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Tuesday that he's optimistic that Bellinger (eye) will be available for Sunday's game against the Commanders, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. Though Daboll didn't offer many specifics on the matter, he indicated that Bellinger is "trending in the right direction" as the Week 13 game approaches. Before missing the Giants' past four games with a fractured eye socket, Bellinger had been serving as the team's top tight end, and he'll likely reclaim that role once he receives full medical clearance. New York has been getting by with a combination of Lawrence Cager, Tanner Hudson and Chris Myarick at tight end in recent weeks, with none making a major splash for fantasy purposes.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Could return Sunday

    Giants head coach Brian Daboll said Friday that Bellinger (eye) may be able to return to action Week 13 against Washington, Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reports. Bellinger has been out since suffering a fractured eye socket Oct. 24 against Jacksonville, though he was not placed on IR. The original timeframe for his return was estimated to be 4-to-6 weeks, and he's coming up on the tail end of that range. Though Bellinger has caught passes the last two weeks, he didn't officially participate in any practices. He'll need to do so this week to have a chance of playing Sunday.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Sitting out Thursday

    Coach Brian Daboll said Tuesday that Bellinger (eye) won't play in Thursday's contest at Dallas, Connor Hughes of SNY.tv reports. Bellinger thus will miss a fourth game in a row due to a fractured left eye socket. Until he mixes into a practice, he isn't a candidate to return to action, but he at least resumed catching passes last Wednesday. In Bellinger's place, the Giants will continue to roll with Lawrence Cager at tight end, with Tanner Hudson and Chris Myarick in reserve.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Listed as DNP

    Bellinger (eye) was listed as a non-participant on Monday's estimated injury report, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. The Giants held a walkthrough Monday, so the injury report is merely an estimate. Regardless, it's concerning to see Bellinger remain unavailable due a fractured left eye socket. The rookie tight end will have two more opportunities to return to practice before the team needs to make a decision on his status for Thursday's matchup against Dallas, but as of now, it appears he's trending toward a fifth straight absence.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Ruled out for Week 11

    Coach Brian Daboll said Friday that Bellinger (eye) is ruled out for Sunday's game against Detroit, Charlotte Carroll of The Athletic reports. Bellinger will miss a fourth straight contest due to a fractured left eye socket, while also having had the Giants' bye to recover. The rookie tight end was able to resume catching passes Wednesday, a sign that he continues to progress in the right direction, but New York will have to rely on Lawrence Cager, Tanner Hudson and Chris Myarick to hold down the fort at tight end for at least one more week. Bellinger's next chance to play will come Thanksgiving Day versus the Cowboys.
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  • Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Catches passes Wednesday

    Bellinger (eye), who didn't practice Wednesday, was able to catch passes on the side while wearing a protective visor on his helmet, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. Since fracturing his left eye socket Week 7, Bellinger has missed two games sandwiched around the Giants' Week 9 bye. The swelling around and the double vision within the eye in question has nearly subsided, and the next step in Bellinger's recovery is an upcoming visit to a specialist, which may happen by the end of this week, per Stapleton. Once that comes to pass, the Giants may have some clarity on the final stages of Bellinger's recovery timeline. For the time being, though, Lawrence Cager likely will be the main beneficiary at tight end, with Tanner Hudson and Chris Myarick on hand in reserve.
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