TE Evan Engram
For all of Engram’s explosiveness in the open field, and his athleticism, this marriage simply isn’t working.
The Giants don’t seem to have a clue how to utilize Engram in Jason Garrett’s offensive scheme, have failed to get him the ball in space, and the fourth-year tight end has struggled with mental lapses and drops ever since the season-opener.
A current general manager and AFC scout both tell me that Engram’s ability is evident, and his market is likely to be strong, even if his value is only a day-three pick at this stage due to his contract and the fact that he does not play “a premium posiion.”
Regardless of what the Giants are offered, a change of scenery wouldn’t just do both parties good here, but adding a draft pick to Gettleman’s war chest and freeing up just over $6 million in cap space next season far outweigh whatever meager benefit keeping him around for the rest of this season presents.