What Happened To Daniel Jones Giants?

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During the 2023 NFL offseason, the New York Giants signed Daniel Jones to a four-year, $160 million contract with the hopes of making him their long-term quarterback.

However, as of Week 6, Jones is sidelined due to a neck injury, forcing the Giants to make a change at quarterback.

What Happened To Daniel Jones Giants?

This injury occurred during the Giants’ Week 5 game against the Dolphins. While there was initially hope that Jones might not have to miss any games due to the injury, it has become evident that he will be out of action for at least one game, and potentially longer.

The Giants have not provided a specific timeline for his return.

Coach Brian Daboll announced on Friday, October 13, that Jones would not be available for the Giants’ Week 6 matchup against the Bills on “Sunday Night Football.”

This decision came after Daboll had expressed optimism about Jones’ availability immediately following the injury.

Jones himself had conveyed confidence, saying, “I’ll be okay,” but he also mentioned that the injury felt “similar” to the one that sidelined him for the final five games of the 2021 NFL season.

Notably, the Giants have not placed Jones on injured reserve (IR), which would require him to miss a minimum of four weeks.

This decision indicates some optimism about his recovery. However, for at least one week, the Giants will rely on their backup quarterback, Tyrod Taylor, to lead the team.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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