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Giants Free Agency: Tight end Daniel Fells signs one-year deal

Veteran tight end will be back.

Daniel Fells makes a catch last season
Daniel Fells makes a catch last season
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Tight end Daniel Fells will return to the New York Giants in 2015. Fells has agreed to a one-year-deal, first reported by Jordan Ranaan of NJ Advance Media.

Fells, 31, made the Giants roster last season after being out of football in 2013. The six-year veteran caught 16 passes, four for touchdowns, and caught 16 passes without a drop, according to numbers from Pro Football Focus. Fells was also a quality run-blocker, grading +3.9 in that category, per PFF.

Larry Donnell, the Giants' starting tight end, caught 63 passes in 2014. He is, however, a poor run blocker, grading at -12.1. Adrien Robinson, heading into his fourth season, showed some promise toward the end of the season but has never been more than a bit player for the Giants. The Giants also have Jerome Cunningham, an undrafted player who was on the practice squad last season.

Ranaan reports Fells' deal is worth $870,000, with an $80,000 guarantee. The Giants have not yet officially announced the signing.