Giants are signing TE Chris Manhertz

The New York Giants continued to add tight end depth on Friday with Darren Waller’s future remaining uncertain.

NFL agent Sean Stellato, who also represents Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito, revealed that New York is signing tight end Chris Manhertz, who held a recent workout with the team.

The 31-year-old Manhertz was originally signed by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free agent out of Canisius in 2015. The journeyman has also made stops with the New Orleans Saints, Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars and, most recently, the Denver Broncos.

The Bronx native has appeared in 120 career games (53 starts), hauling in 26 receptions for 271 yards and two touchdowns. At 6-foot-6 and 235 pounds, he is primarily used as a blocking tight end but also contributes on special teams.

With the Giants, Manhertz joins a group that consists of Darren Waller, who may be headed toward retirement, Daniel Bellinger, Lawrence Cager, Jack Stoll, and Tyree Jackson.

Story originally appeared on Giants Wire