The NFL offseason is the time for players to get into the best shape of their lives as they prepare for training camp. Although those statements are often overstated, occasionally a player really does show up to the team facility in amazing physical condition and turns heads.
As the Giants held organized team activities this week, tight end Daniel Bellinger wound up creating a stir on social media. The second-year tight end appears to have put on muscle since the season ended, and he showed off his updated physique as the team performed its offseason work.
Once the photos hit social media, fans quickly noticed the difference between Bellinger as a rookie in 2022 in contrast to Bellinger this year.
That also led to jokes about how Bellinger achieved his impressive musculature.
Bellinger played in 12 games last year, totaling 268 receiving yards and two touchdowns. He will try to form a dynamic duo with Waller for New York in 2023.
Hearing Bellinger was bitten by radioactive spider in recent trip to NYC museum. Waiting to confirm. https://t.co/RcFhQeDY0Y— Art Stapleton (@art_stapleton) June 2, 2023
Bellinger played in 12 games last year, totaling 30 receptions for 268 receiving yards and two touchdowns. He will aim to form a dynamic duo with newly acquired tight end Darren Waller for the Giants next season.