The Giants have placed Rhett Ellison in the concussion protocol after Sunday's loss to the Jets and now have just one healthy tight end on the roster heading into their bye week.
Ellison joins Janoris Jenkins and Nate Solder in the protocol after the trio all left the game at different points. He caught all three of his targets against the Jets for 42 yards of offense before exiting the game.
Sterling Shepard has been in and out of the protocol all season and missed the big all-New York matchup on Sunday.
With Ellison now in the protocol and Evan Engram dealing with a mid-foot sprain that caused him to also be out against the Jets, Kaden Smith is the only healthy tight end on the roster.
Luckily for the Giants, they've got a bye this upcoming week, so they've got about two weeks to see who will get healthy and be available to play in their Week 12 matchup with the Bears.