New York Giants
  • 6'3"
  • 236
  • 23
  • 0 years
  • Mississippi
  • 2017 R1 O, None

Recent Player News

  • Posted: 8/6/2017 3:32pm ET

    New York Giants TE Evan Engram is listed as the second-team tight end on the team's first depth chart. TE Rhett Ellison is listed as the starter at tight end.

    Huddle Up: Engram will take over the starting job at some point and could open the season as the starter. Engram should receive a solid amount of targets this season since he will be a matchup problem for opposing defenses. Owners in standard leagues should consider Engram as a No. 2 tight end at this point, but he will be more valuable in keeper leagues.

  • Posted: 6/30/2017 7:12pm ET

    New York Giants TE Evan Engram could finish this season with 45 to 50 catches, according to John Schmeelk and Lance Medow of Giants.com.

    Huddle Up: The hype continues to build around Engram, and while he has the tools to be a matchup problem in the passing game, a loaded receiving corps will limit his upside. Draft him as a high-upside TE2.

  • Posted: 6/16/2017 7:44am ET

    Updating a previous report, New York Giants TE Evan Engram's four-year deal is worth $10.7 million with a $5.9 million signing bonus. All first-round picks receive an option for a fifth year.

    Huddle Up: Engram has wowed with his speed, and the hype in fantasy circles is building. He may start going off the board in the midrange TE1 area.

  • Posted: 6/15/2017 1:41pm ET

    New York Giants TE Evan Engram signed his four-year rookie deal Thursday, June 15. Financial terms were not disclosed.

    Huddle Up: Engram joins a crowded pass-catching corps in New York. He'll be targeted behind the likes of Odell Beckham, Brandon Marshall and Sterling Shepard, but his size, athleticism and playmaking ability will demand some targets. Still, Engram is outside of TE1 territory in his first year.

  • Posted: 6/14/2017 11:15am ET

    New York Giants TE Evan Engram (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Wednesday, June 14, because of soreness, according to offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan.

    Huddle Up: Engram was the team's first round pick and should be involved in the passing game right away. He will be a matchup problem for opposing defenses during his rookie season but probably should only be considered a No. 2 fantasy tight end at this time.

  • Posted: 6/10/2017 8:03pm ET

    New York Giants TE Evan Engram is generating excitement with his performance at OTAs, according to head coach Ben McAdoo, and the Giants have been using more sets that feature two tight ends.

    Huddle Up: Engram will probably be the fourth option in the passing game, but the Giants throw a lot, and he could be a matchup problem over the middle. If you are drafting a TE2, Engram is worth a look.

  • Posted: 5/26/2017 7:25am ET

    New York Giants TE Evan Engram lined up everywhere in practice Thursday, May 25. He was in-line, in the slot, out wide and in motion like an H-back during team drills.

    Huddle Up: The Giants have a history of reliance on the tight end and haven't had one since Larry Donnell's lone big season in 2014. Engram is one to watch and worth taking as an upside TE2.

  • Posted: 5/12/2017 6:34pm ET

    New York Giants TE Evan Engram is 'not just a big receiver,' offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan said Friday, May 12. 'We do feel comfortable about the things we want him to do when he has his hand in the ground,' Sullivan said.

    Huddle Up: Engram has enough upside to stash in keeper formats, but don't expect him to make much of an impact this season.

  • Posted: 4/27/2017 10:31pm ET

    New York Giants TE Evan Engram will be used 'in a variety of ways,' according to head coach Ben McAdoo. GM Jerry Reese also said the team viewed Engram as someone that could 'line up anywhere.'

    Huddle Up: Reese called Engram a 'weapon,' and it's not like the G-Men have any bond fide stars outside of Odell Beckham. Even though Sterling Shepard should be improved in Year 2, there will be opportunities for Engram to make an impact. It's unlikely to be enough to hold more than TE2 value, but there's legitimate upside with Engram.

  • Posted: 4/27/2017 7:51pm ET

    The New York Giants selected Mississippi TE Evan Engram with the No. 23 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft Thursday, April 27.

    Huddle Up: The Giants has not received a lot of production from the tight end position over the last few years, but Engram can become a solid contributor in the passing game. He should be considered a No. 2 fantasy tight end for 2017 but can be popular in keeper leagues because of his potential to become a No. 1 tight end.

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