New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones underwent surgery to repair his ACL, the team announced Wednesday. Here’s what you need to know:
- Jones said on the “Up and Adams” podcast Tuesday that his recovery is expected to take eight to 10 months. The low end of that range would have him ready for the start of camp, while the high end would extend into the start of next season.
- Added Jones: “We’ll attack that and approach that, work on that day by day. Try to get back as fast as I can.”
- Jones tore his ACL against the Las Vegas Raiders on Nov. 5. Giants coach Brian Daboll confirmed on Nov. 6 that Jones would miss the remainder of the season.
During the Raiders game, Jones was slow to get up after being sacked by Las Vegas’ Maxx Crosby in the second quarter. He remained in the game but went down untouched on the next play, limped to the sideline and did not return in the second half.
Jones finished the 2023 season with 909 passing yards, two touchdowns and six interceptions. He also missed three games with a neck injury following New York’s Week 5 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
The Giants sit at 3-8, last in the NFC East.
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