‘Multiple teams’ interested in trading for Giants TE Evan Engram: report

Evan Engram Giants tight end reacts against Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Evan Engram Giants tight end reacts against Tampa Bay Buccaneers

There are «multiple teams» interested in trading for Giants tight end Evan Engram, reports Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.

Per Fowler, there is «genuine affinity league-wide» for Engram despite his «lack of elite production.»

Engram is earning a shade over $6 million this season and is set to be an unrestricted free agent after the year.

SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano recently reported that there would be a market for Engram, listing the Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts as potential fits.

As far as what the Giants might be able to get in exchange for Engram, Vacchiano suggested they could potentially get a fifth-round draft pick.

Engram, 27, has 20 receptions (on 29 targets) for 171 yards and zero touchdowns in five games (four starts) this season.

He made the Pro Bowl last season — a selection that was a bit of a surprise due to the issues he had with drops and stats that didn’t jump off the page.

With the trade deadline on Nov. 2, whether the Giants are sellers could hinge a bit on whether they’re able to beat the Chiefs on Nov. 1 in Kansas City.