The NY Giants lost two of their top tight ends in the Super Bowl with injuries and will look to add a player or two this off-season as the team looks to repeat as NFL champs.
The Indianapolis Colts just released tight end Dallas Clark, and though the veteran had a sub-par year with just 34 catches and two touchdowns, much of that has to do with him playing without Peyton Manning at quarterback. Just two seasons ago, the nine-year pro had a career year with 100 receptions for over 1,100 yards and 10 scores.
New York could sign Clark to a short-term deal, and that would allow the Giants to use the draft to add depth at other areas of need. The front office will likely sign at least one veteran to come in and help Eli Manning and the team's offense, and Clark would be a terrific fit in a NY Giants uniform.
NFL free agents can begin to sign with teams this week, and several franchises will look for some veteran help, and that, coupled with the upcoming draft, should help teams improve on the 2011-12 season.