NFL: Daniel Jones would be in bad shape
The New York Giants are reportedly gearing up for their next clash without quarterback Daniel Jones.
According to what the NFL Network said on Tuesday, the pivot would suffer from a neck injury. Mike Glennon will likely lead the club’s attack on Sunday, when they visit the Dolphins in Miami.
Jones reportedly suffered an early injury in his 13-7 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 12 of the NFL’s activity. He remained in the game, however.
In 11 games in 2021, the sixth overall pick in the 2019 draft completed 64.3% of the passes he attempted for gains of 2,428 yards and 10 touchdowns. He was also the victim of seven interceptions.
For his part, Glennon has only appeared in one game this season. He threw a pass for a middle finger and saw two of his rivals carry out theft.
On Wednesday, the Giants said they had reached an agreement with quarterback Jake Fromm, who was previously on the Buffalo Bills practice squad.
The Big Apple team have maintained a 4-7 record so far, which places them fourth and last in the Eastern Division of the National League.