The giant still has two unsigned draft options

Wan'Dale Robinson Dane Belton

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Wan’Dale Robinson and Dane Belton have yet to sign rookie contracts with the New York Giants.

Rookie Daniel Bellinger, who was selected in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, officially signed with the New York Giants on Monday.

While Bellinger is now on the books, the Giants still have two unsigned draft picks (according to the team’s official website): second-round recipient Wan’Dale Robinson and fourth-round safe-keeper Dane Belton .

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The Giants have had more than two months to negotiate with these rookies, but the delay in signing is part of a larger trend across the league. Last month, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo tweeted a chart and explains why the second and fourth round picks have been slow to attract rookie deals this year.

As of June 9, only 40.63% of second-round picks and only 23.68% of all fourth-round picks have signed. More than 90% of all other draft picks had signed their rookies at the time.


Daniel Bellinger identifies himself as ‘Hybrid’ Tight End

The Giants have undergone a significant overhaul at the end of this season. They put Evan Engram (Jacksonville Jaguars) into free agency and cut Kyle Rudolph (freelance agent), then signed veterans Ricky Seals-Jones and Jordan Akins and drafted Daniel Bellinger.

The project Bellinger is a tight end start, which means he’ll have to do a little bit of everything for the Giants as a rookie.

Bellinger said on the Giants Huddle podcast last week, according to Giants.com: “I’m done, being a hybrid. “Of course, you know the running block ends tight, the block passes. But surely one will dip his hand in the ground, and another will open and catch some balls. One that has both types… I want to show that I have a lot of potential, not only in the running game, but also in the passing game. “

Engram has averaged 4.0 hits per game over the past five seasons with the Giants. The most reception Bellinger has ever had in a game at San Diego State is five, so he has plenty of room to develop as a pass catcher.


Wan’Dale Robinson Familiar with Giant’s Front Shooting Motion

The pre-snap movement will be a more important part of what the Giants do when attacking under head coach Brian Daboll. Veteran wide receiver Sterling Shepard recently admitted that it’s an “overwhelming” aspect of the offense to learn from.

On the other hand, Wan’Dale Robinson was familiar with a lot of the movements before his time in Kentucky.

“It just lets you do more one-on-one and have more space,” Robinson said on the Giants Huddle podcast, via Giants.com. “Creating a mismatch for the defense. They have to communicate and things like that. Whenever you move and play fast, the defense can’t communicate and you get a lot of big play from that. “

Here’s an example of one of those big plays:

The Giants need to get Robinson under contract sooner rather than later, because his familiarity with the front movement and unique playing ability will be valuable this season.


Dane Belton works exclusively with giant DBs

Dane Belton may not have a name, but the Iowa product seems like a good fit for the Giants. He has recently worked exclusively in Florida with current Giants defensive backs, including Xavier McKinney and Aaron Robinson, as well as a former Giants DB at Logan Ryan (now with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers).

through the Art Stapleton of the Bergen . Record:

It’s interesting that the current Giants are still working with Ryan, who was introduced to the new mode this season. Ryan was captain of the team last year, and Belton had an unusual opportunity to experience that leadership by coaching with him in a private setting.

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