4 New York Giants players who could use a change of scenery
1) Evan Engram, TE
Perhaps no player on the New York Giants’ roster is more in need of a change of scenery than Evan Engram.
Engram has battled through injuries early in his career, and inconsistency through most of it, but hasn’t quite lived up to his first-round billing in East Rutherford.
This is going to be a strong crop of free-agent tight ends, including Mike Gesicki, Dalton Schultz, David Njoku, and Engram at the top of the market. Likewise, many evaluators inside the league believe there are quality tight end prospects to be had as late as Rounds 3 through 5 of the NFL Draft this spring.
Engram could certainly fit into a role similar to how Brian Daboll used Dawson Knox with the Buffalo Bills in recent years, but it would seem far more likely that he tests the open-market, and the New York Giants go in a different, cheaper direction and mine a tight end either via the draft or second-wave of free agency with upside.