Giants head coach Pat Shurmur revealed on Wednedsay that TE Evan Engram suffered a mid-foot sprain against the Cowboys on Monday Night Football.
Engram, who is in a walking boot, is "day-to-day, week-to-week," Shurmur said.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported earlier that Engram is headed for a second opinion with Dr. Robert Anderson. As SNY's Ralph Vacchiano pointed out, he is the same doctor that saw Saquon Barkley for an opinion on his high ankle sprain.
And that opinion could involve Engram looking at a potential Lisfranc injury, which normally requires surgery. Shurmur didn't rule that out.
Engram has already missed one game this season due to an MCL sprain. It wasn't as serious as the one he suffered last season that kept him out three contests. The injury bug, though, is something Engram has been battling since last year. And with him being a dynamic part of the offense, the Giants would hate for him to be sidelined again.
In his third season with Big Blue, Engram has put together 467 yards on 44 receptions and three touchdowns. Against the Cowboys, he racked up 48 yards on six receptions (eight targets).