Jordan Raanan of ESPN reports that the Giants are not expected to trade TE Evan Engram. NFL teams have called about acquiring the Giants TE, but he is currently not being shopped. (Jordan Raanan on Twitter )
NFL teams have reportedly called the Giants for TE Evan Engram, but New York is not shopping him. “The Giants view him as an explosive offensive weapon that is part of their future, even though it hasn't clicked yet this season,” Raanan added. Engram has the remainder of this season left on his rookie deal and then a fifth-year option of $6 million next season. “In terms of Evan as a player, we have all the confidence in him possible," Judge said. "We're going to keep giving him the ball, keep making him the focal point of our offense, and we expect him to keep showing up. He did a lot of good things [Thursday] night." The Giants are not expected to deal their star tight end despite receiving calls about his availability. Engram is a borderline fantasy TE1, hauling in 26 receptions for 223 yards over seven games in 2020.