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New York Giants have placed a very low tender on TE Larry Donnell

Could Giants tight end Larry Donnell be forced to retire?

Could Giants tight end Larry Donnell be forced to retire?

Larry Donnell may never play again in the NFL, because he still has not been cleared by the Doctors for his neck injury. The Giants still are holding out hope though. According to Jordan Raanan, the Giants are placing an original round tender on  Larry Donnell which gives them the right of first refusal.  If Donnell is signed by another team and the Giants cannot or will not match the contract, the Giants would receive nothing in return for his services.

Donnell was an underrated free agent out of Grambling State and he was a boss two years ago for the Giants, but now his injury could prevent him from playing another snap in the NFL again. 

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