New York Giants: 5 Reasons Why Adrien Robinson Should Be the Starting Tight End

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New York Giants: 5 Reasons Why Adrien Robinson Should Be the Starting Tight End
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Heading into the 2012 NFL season, the New York Giants will have to figure out the tight end position.

Travis Beckum is recovering from a torn ACL he suffered during Super Bowl XLVI, and Jake Ballard was claimed off waivers by the New England Patriots, so neither is an option.

Bear Pascoe is a backup and more of a blocking-type tight end.

Then there are the two newest additions to the Giants: free agent Martellus Bennett from the Cowboys, and Adrien Robinson, the Giants' fourth-round draft pick.

Bennett is penciled in right now as the starter, but can he keep the job long-term?

My gut says no and that Robinson will eventually take over the starting job.

I see a lot of potential in Robinson as the Giants' tight end, and I think he could eventually play a big part in the Giants' offense.

Here are five reasons why I can see Robinson taking over the starting job in 2012.

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