On the heels of finishing their mandatory mini-camp, the New York Giants have also finished signing their 2017 NFL Draft class. The Giants announced Wednesday afternoon that first-round pick Evan Engram, the 23rd overall selection, his signed his rookie contract.
Per the rookie wage scale, Engram’s four-year deal will be worth $10.718 million. That includes a $5.935 million signing bonus and a first year cap number of $1.948 million.
All six of the Giants’ draft choices are now signed. That isn’t a bad way for Engram, or for the Giants, to begin their summer vacation.
Engram had an impressive spring for the Giants, working as a hybrid tight end while lining up in a variety of spots.
“We are very excited about what the young man brings to the table,” offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan said on Wednesday. “I mean, he has an excellent attitude, he is very smart, he is tough and I think from the practices that you guys have seen, we will all agree, he is very explosive and he is very fast. There is an added dimension to the pass game standpoint that we look forward to using in the season.”