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New York Giants’ Evan Engram out of boot, running…

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New York Giants tight end Evan Engram will be under a lot of pressure in 2020 as his rookie contract slowly winds down.

Although the Giants did exercise his fifth-year option, they’ll need Engram to stay healthy and productive in order to begin negotiations on a long-term contract. Short of that, the talented tight end will glide into 2021 as a lame duck.

The good news? With the scheduled start to training camp less than a month away, Engram appears fully recovered from the Lisfranc surgery on his left foot, which was conducted in mid-December and, coupled with a knee injury, cost him eight games a season ago.

Engram posted a workout video on his Instagram on Monday which showed him without a boot, running and cutting for the first time (at least publicly).

Engram is a Pro Bowl-level talent and one of the most unique athletes at the position, but his entire career has been marred by injury. With the Giants now entering the final stages of their rebuild, he could serve as one of the team’s most important pieces in a potential championship run, but he’ll have to remain out of the cold tub in order to have that sort of impact.

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