The Giants' offense just keeps taking blows, as TE Evan Engram looks to have suffered a sprained MCL, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Engram was out of practice on Monday with what head coach Pat Shurmur called "game soreness."
According to SNY's Ralph Vacchiano, a source said Engram's injury isn't serious and there is still a chance, though not certain, he could play against the Patriots on Thursday night.
It is unknown which knee it is, but Engram suffered a Grade 2 MCL sprain on his right knee in Week 3 last season. In turn, he missed the next three games in what was a tough sophomore season where he couldn't really get into a groove with his injuries. He also suffered a hamstring strain later in that season.
Engram has had a great start to the year, hauling in 33 receptions on 48 targets for 373 yards and two touchdowns. His blocking has looked improved as well.
Other than Engram, Wayne Gallman and Sterling Shepard are both dealing with concussions after the game against the Vikings on Sunday. And though the Giants were looking to get Saquon Barkley back this week, it doesn't look like that will be the case either.