4. TE Ricky Seals-Jones
Much like Akins, Seals-Jones has been underwhelming through training camp. The Giants brought in Seals-Jones during the offseason, but the veteran tight end hasn’t made his presence felt.
Seals-Jones has been a solid option since entering the NFL in 2017. Throughout his career, he has appeared in 54 games and started 15. In that time, he had recorded 90 receptions, 1,044 receiving yards, and 10 touchdowns.
Seals-Jones has had a camp similar to that of Akins. He had an opportunity to earn the Giants starting tight end job but has instead sort of been lost in the shuffle. He has missed several practices too due to injury. This has led to him not making his presence felt, which could lead to the other tight ends on the roster separating themselves from Seals-Jones.
Before the injury of Miller, there were talks of Seals-Jones losing his spot on the roster. Even if he can turn his camp around, there is a chance that Seals-Jones doesn’t make the 53-man final roster. His inability to be on the field over the last week could be a big blow to his opportunities.
Due to him not being available to go, he has literally gone missing from camp. He hasn’t been bad, but he hasn’t shown enough to be labeled as good.