Kelvin Benjamin has rejoined old pal Dave Gettleman.
Benjamin, who was drafted as a wide receiver out of Florida State, tried out as a tight end this weekend.
Benjamin reached the 1,000-yard mark in his rookie year, and had 941 in his second season (he missed 2015), but has not lived up to those two years or his draft stock — he has had just 1,072 yards since 2017, and he has not played an NFL snap since 2018.
But at 6-foot-5 and 245 pounds, the Giants think the 30-year-old former college standout could resurge his career as a tight end, alongside Evan Engram and Kyle Rudolph.
Additionally, the Giants waived RB Jordan Chunn and TE Nate Wieting.
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