New York Giants TE Evan Engram Downplays Injury That Kept Him Out of Minicamp

Giants tight end Evan Engram downplayed the significance of the injury that sidelined him for the team’s recent minicamp according to Ryan Dunloeavy of the Newark Star-Ledger.

Engram gave no specifics about the injury but stated, “I’m good. I’m just being smart. Just the Giants being a little pre-cautious.” The missed time is a bit of concern after Engram struggled with injuries last season, but this does not sound like a long-term issue.

The No.23-overall pick in the 2017 draft out of Mississippi, Engram had a somewhat disappointing sophomore year in which he struggled with injuries and posted only 45 catches for 577 yards and three touchdowns in 11 games.

He is immensely talented, however, and still onhly 24 years old. A much better fantasy player without Odell Beckham thus far in his career, Engram could be headed for a big season in 2019.

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