The New York Giants are going into the 2020 season with a bevy of different tight ends to utilize. After Rhett Ellison suffered a concussion in 2019 that lead him toward retirement, Big Blue went out and signed former San Francisco tight end, Levine Toilolo. Currently, they have Evan Engram, Kaden Smith, and Toilolo as their primary options at the position. With pads going on players Monday, the Giants can finally begin to evaluate what they have and how they can utilize the talent available.
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Evan Engram is a primary pass-catching tight end that is great on mesh and seam routes but is not the most refined blocker.