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Kyle Rudolph (foot) expected to be ready for Giants' training camp

by Avram Avramov | Giants Correspondent | Fri, Jun 11th 9:41am EDT

Per Giants beat writer Zack Rosenblatt, TE Kyle Rudolph is on his way to returning from foot surgery and should be making his debut for the Giants by training camp. (Zack Rosenblatt on NJ media)

Fantasy Impact:

Shortly after signing his two-year $12M contract with the Giants back in March, Rudolph announced that he would be getting foot surgery to address the injury that caused him to miss the final four games of the 2020 season with the Vikings. Since then, Rudolph has been mostly unavailable and busy rehabbing, but did take a major step in the right direction during the Giants' final minicamp practice as he was catching stationary passes from Daniel Jones. Rudolph, 31-years old, appears to be on track to make his debut come training camp in July. When healthy, Rudolph is likely to serve as a complimentary piece to Evan Engram for New York, who has already added a plethora of new pass catchers offensively. For fantasy purposes Rudolph will be too hard to rely on unless there is an injury to Engram.

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