Giants could have traded Evan Engram
There were reports that the New York Giants didn’t want to trade tight end Evan Engram prior to this past Tuesday’s NFL trade deadline despite a lot of interest.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that the Giants turned down multiple offers for Engram and that the only way they were going to move him was for a first round pick in return because they believed trading him for anything less than that wasn’t worth it for them as an organizaton.
Despite an unimpressive season so far for the Giants, it’s obvious that Big Blue still believe in Engram and want him to prove that he can be one of the best tight ends in the NFL.
Engram bounced back last week with a big catch against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but he’s had some bad drops like the one against the Philadelphia Eagles that cost the Giants a chance to win a crucial game.
So far this season Engram has 31 receptions for 284 yards. His best season was a rookie in 2017 where he had 64 receptions for 722 touchdowns and six touchdowns.