Two fairly notable tight ends could reportedly be moved before the 4 p.m. ET trade deadline on Nov. 3.
Peter King of NBC Sports says that Evan Engram of the New York Giants and David Njoku of the Cleveland Browns "at reasonable prices are out there."
Engram, 26, has 26 catches for 223 yards in 2020. The former first-round pick has struggled to live up to the production he put up in his rookie season, when he hauled in 64 passes for 722 yards. Part of that has been because he's struggled to stay on the field, playing in just 19 of a possible 32 games over the last two seasons. However, Engram is healthy currently, and with his fifth-year option already exercised, a contender may believe they could tap into his full potential over the next year and a half.
Meanwhile, Njoku did catch a touchdown pass in yesterday's win over the Cincinnati Bengals, but his future with the team still is very much in doubt. After the Browns inked Austin Hooper to a four-year/$42 million deal this past offseason, Njoku reportedly asked to be traded. Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com recently reported that the 24-year-old, who had a smaller role than Harrison Bryant Sunday, would still like to be traded.
The New Orleans Saints, New England Patriots Dallas Cowboys could make sense as teams still in contention that would improve their offensive talent with the addition of either. Given both are under contract for next season, non-contenders like the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans could also take a flier on either, even if it probably won't help them reach the postseason in 2020.