Are tight ends undervalued in the NFL? | Get Up

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Kimberley Martin, Rob Ninkovich and Mike Tannenbaum join Get Up to respond to Greg Olsen’s comments on the value tight ends bring to a team.

0:00 Is a really good tight end the most valuable asset an NFL team can have?

0:53 Martin says not all tight ends are created equal, adding that players like Travis Kelce and George Kittle are few and far between.

1:58 Ninkovich underscores how much the tight end position has changed since he played.

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