TE - NYG
New York Giants TE Evan Engram will, "keep being featured in the offense" heading into the 2021 season, as stated by Giants head coach Joe Judge on Tuesday.
Engram saw 10 targets in four separate games during the 2020 season but finished with 63 receptions for 654 yards and just one receiving touchdown. The fourth-year tight end dealt with drops frequently last season and the subpar play of quarterback Daniel Jones certainly didn't help Engram's confidence. With a fresh start and the opportunity to improve the offensive line, the Giants welcome the return of superstar running back Saquon Barkley. Barkley's presence will likely generate a spark in the offense that was lacking for most of 2020. Engram is a freak athlete and should be in line for another 100+ targets for the Giants in 2021 if we are to take Joe Judge at his word. Fantasy managers in redraft leagues can likely hold off until the eighth or ninth rounds before considering Engram a good value pick.
Giants tight end Evan Engram caught two of his four targets for 17 yards in Sunday's win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Engram was voted to the Pro Bowl this season but had a rather pedestrian year overall. In 16 games, the young tight end caught 63 of his 654 targets for 654 yards and one touchdown.
Evan Engram (calf) returned to practice on Thursday.
Engram is being listed as "limited" for this one, but it's a good sign for his Week 17 availability. Consider him a volume-driven TE1 this weekend against the Cowboys.
New York Giants tight end Evan Engram was not spotted on the practice field during Wednesday's practice.
Engram will be sidelined for today's practice with the ankle injury suffered late in Week 16. There is no word yet on the severity of the injury, making this a situation to monitor as the week progresses.
Giants tight end Evan Engram caught seven of his 10 targets for 65 yards in Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
Engram's seven catches were his most of the season, but he also appeared to suffer an ankle injury late in the fourth quarter. Look for an update on his status this week.
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