Daniel Bellinger

TE, New York Giants

Height 6'6" Weight 255
DOB 2000-09-22 Age 21.8
College San Diego State

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Daniel Bellinger Looking Like No. 1 TE

    New York Giants rookie tight end Daniel Bellinger was the clear No. 1 tight end at training camp practice on Friday. Chris Myarick saw action with the starters in rare two-tight end sets, while rookie Andre Miller lined up as a fullback in the jumbo goal-line formation. Bellinger is getting extra repetitions with the first-team offense with veteran Ricky Seals-Jones missing his sixth straight practice on Friday with an undisclosed injury. Even if Seals-Jones were healthy, though, there's no guarantee he'd beat out Bellinger for the top pass-catching role at the position for the Giants. The fourth-rounder briefly landed on the Physically Unable to Perform list with a quadriceps injury, but he's healthy now and is the favorite to open the year as the starting tight end.

    Aug 6 · Source via Giants Daniel Bellinger
  • Daniel Bellinger Activated From PUP List

    New York Giants rookie tight end Daniel Bellinger (quadriceps) passed his physical and has been activated from the Physically Unable to Perform list. Bellinger was immediately working with the first-team offense at training camp practice on Wednesday, too. The Giants lost tight ends Kyle Rudolph and Evan Engram in free agency, but they added Ricky Seals-Jones and Jordan Akins at the position. Bellinger will receive consideration for the starting job in his first NFL season if he beats out Seals-Jones this summer. There's a lot to like about the 21-year-old, but it's notoriously difficult for rookie TEs to make an immediate impact in the NFL, and the Giants also have plenty of pass-catching weapons at the receiver position, provided they can stay healthy this year.

    Jul 27 · Source via Giants Daniel Bellinger
  • Daniel Bellinger Placed On PUP List

    The New York Giants placed rookie fourth-round tight end Daniel Bellinger (quadriceps) on the Physically Unable to Perform list on Thursday. The Giants rookies reported to training camp on Tuesday. Bellinger was notably working with the first-team offense during offseason practices, but his chances of winning the starting tight end gig will take a hit if he misses significant practice time this summer. If Bellinger remains on the PUP list for the start of the regular season, he'd be forced to miss the first four games. The 21-year-old is trying to win the top pass-catching gig in New York over veteran Ricky Seals-Jones. Even if Bellinger returns to the practice field in short order, he's no lock to be a fantasy standout in his rookie season in an offense with plenty of receiving weapons.

    Jul 21 · Source via Giants Daniel Bellinger
  • Giants Sign Fourth-Round TE Daniel Bellinger

    Another member of the Giants’ rookie class has officially inked his first NFL deal. The team announced on Monday that tight end Daniel Bellinger has signed his rookie contract.  Bellinger spent five seasons at San Diego State, taking on a significant role starting in his second campaign. He didn’t put up the receiving numbers of other, more highly-touted […]

    Jul 11 · Pro Football Rumors Giants Daniel Bellinger
  • Daniel Bellinger Could Make An Impact In Rookie Season

    New York Giants rookie fourth-round tight end Daniel Bellinger had plenty of opportunities with the first-team offense this spring and caught the ball well. Given the way he caught the ball and the way he was moving at organized team activities and minicamp, it's likely that he was underutilized at San Diego State. The Giants have an opening at the position, and Bellinger has a chance to make an impact in his first NFL season after making a strong impression this offseason. Ricky Seals-Jones and Jordan Akins are by no means proven at their position, so Bellinger could secure a pretty significant role eventually in 2022. It doesn't mean he's worth targeting late in drafts at the tight end position, but he's a player worth watching in training camp.

    Jun 29 · Source via Giants Daniel Bellinger
  • Wan'Dale Robinson, Daniel Bellinger Could Have Roles

    New York Giants second-round rookie slot wide receiver Wan'Dale Robinson could have a significant role, perhaps as a gadget player, even if he doesn't start. Fourth-round rookie tight end Daniel Bellinger saw plenty of work with the starters during spring workouts and could also become the team's No. 1 tight end if Ricky Seals-Jones falters. Sterling Shepard is recovering from a serious injury last year, and until he's back, Kadarius Toney will be the primary slot receiver. Robinson has a similar skill set to Toney and also has experience running the ball out of the backfield. At 5-foot-8, 178 pounds, Robinson's size could be a problem, but given all the injuries the Giants have dealt with at the position, he could find himself in a significant role in 2022.

    Jun 10 · Source via Giants Daniel Bellinger Wan'Dale Robinson
  • To top