4. New York Giants
The ship has officially sailed on Evan Engram. After putting eye-popping numbers in his rookie season for the New York Giants, 722 receiving yards, and six touchdowns, fans of the franchise began licking their chops as they envisioned years of dominance. Four seasons later and they’re still dreaming.
Engram has either been banged up or unproductive. Even during his best year, which came in 2020 when he was selected as a Pro Bowler, his numbers were far from impressive. Engram finished the season with 654 receiving yards and a single touchdown. This past year, his numbers continued to crater. He managed to only pile up 408 yards and three touchdowns.
Kyle Rudolph and Kaden Smith, the Giants other tight-end options, are horrific. As a tandem last season, they didn’t even combine for 50 receiving yards.
Uzomah should be the number one player on the Giants free agency board.