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Evan Engram is “throwing last year away”
Giants’ tight end Evan Engram made the Pro Bowl in 2020, but didn’t truthfully have a Pro Bowl season. His drops and disastrous plays have been well documented. Engram said Friday he is simply trying to move on.
“There were a lot of things I feel like could I have done better. There were a lot of things did I well and there are things that I can build on,” Engram said via Zoom. “Definitely throwing last year away, there was a lot of things to learn from but I’m looking forward to this next season and improving every day out here in OTAs.”
Engram can be a free agent at the end of this season. He said he is not thinking that far ahead.
“Honestly my motivation is in the moment right now. All that stuff is in the future. I have no control over that,” Engram said. “I have control of what I do today on the field, what I do in these meetings to end the day, and as long as I work hard every single day, improve and do my job for my team, all that stuff will take care of itself.”
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