TE George Kittle is a big fan of Daniel Bellinger ahead of the 2023 season

New York Giants Offseason Workout
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What a few weeks it has been for NY Giants tight end Daniel Bellinger. Yes, a lot of the attention for the TEs room this offseason has gone to Darren Waller and rightfully so. Waller is going to make a major impact for this team moving forward.

However, that doesn't mean Bellinger, who is jacked beyond belief these days, won't be ready to make a splash for this team. Just ask stud TE George Kittle about that. These two are quite familiar with one another, as they've gotten to know each other at Tight End University, which Bellinger is in attendance for again this week.

In a recent interview, Kittle was asked about tight ends on the rise. He brought up Bellinger, saying he's a fan of the youngster's game and he's excited to see what No. 82 can get done this season:

NY Giants TE Daniel Bellinger went viral this offseason for his transformation

"I like Bellinger out of the Giants. I think he's a good tight end, does a lot of good stuff."

George Kittle

Kittle knows a thing or two about being a sensational tight end in this league. If he's a fan of Bellinger and excited about what he'll be able to get done for Brian Daboll and Mike Kafka this season, then Big Blue Nation should be thrilled for what's about to come.

Bellinger had a solid rookie season, but he was forced to miss a large chunk of the campaign due to his serious eye injury suffered in the thrilling win over the Jaguars in Jacksonville. Since then, he worked his way back and he was also living in the weight room from the moment the '22 campaign closed out.

Belliner went viral earlier this month thanks to how much muscle he had put on since the last time we saw him out on the field. Again, Waller is going to have plenty of eyes on him from start to finish this season, but Big Blue fans can't forget about Bellinger. He'll be ready to post some strong games for the G-Men moving forward as well.

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