Tight end Evan Engram and wide receiver Sterling Shepard joined the New York Giants' growing injury report on Thursday.
A calf injury prevented Engram from participating in Thursday's practice, one day after he logged a full session. He missed the Giants' first two games of the season with a calf injury as well.
Engram, 27, has 14 receptions for 127 yards and no touchdowns in four games this season. He has 230 catches for 2,547 receiving yards and 13 touchdowns since being selected by New York with the 23rd overall pick of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Shepard was limited on Thursday while dealing with a hamstring issue. He returned to action last Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams after missing the two previous games with a hamstring injury.
Shepard, 28, leads the team with 28 catches to go along with 299 receiving yards and one touchdown in four games this season.
The two players joined an injured list that includes star running back Saquon Barkley (ankle) and wide receivers Kadarius Toney (ankle) and Kenny Golladay (knee). Those three players did not practice for the second straight day on Thursday.
On the relatively bright side, wideouts Darius Slayton (hamstring) and John Ross (hamstring) were limited on Thursday after failing to participate in practice the previous day.
The injury-riddled Giants (1-5) host the Carolina Panthers (3-3) on Sunday in East Rutherford, N.J.
--Field Level Media