Tight Ends (4)
This position group was tougher than most when it came to making decisions on who to keep and cut for me. Keeping four tight ends on the roster instead of the typical three has a lot to do with Evan Engram’s inability to stay healthy so far in his young career, and the fact that Jason Garrett is expected to use a bunch of three tight end sets and run the ball down team’s throats.
Engram has all the talent needed to be an elite tight end, he just needs to stay healthy and improve his blocking to get there.
Kaden Smith is a lock to return after impressing at the end of last season. He will provide the ability to block and make plays across the middle.
Levine Toilolo was signed to be the team’s primary veteran blocking tight end in 2020. This role isn’t new for Toilolo, as he helped pave the way to a Super Bowl appearance with San Francisco last year.
If the NY Giants go with four tight ends, Tomlinson and Dickerson will fight it out for the last spot to be another primary blocking option. John and Markway are unproven commodities at tight end who will be bodies for camp reps.