Daniel Jones ‘in a good spot’ with rehab progress

NJ – EAST RUTHERFORD Today Daniel Jones said “I do”. No, the sixth-year quarterback for the Giants did not plan a hurried Thursday wedding to surprise his family, coaches, or teammates. When asked if he thought he would be ready for the start of training camp in July, Jones only answered, “I do.” That may not seem as exciting as, say, eloping, but it means a lot to Jones and the Giants. Jones suffered a right anterior cruciate ligament tear in Las Vegas on November 5. Even though NFL players frequently recover from such injuries, there is no assurance when having surgery to fix torn knee ligaments. However, Jones has improved steadily, taking part in the Giants’ OTAs individual and 7-on-7 passing drills.
I’m not restricted at all,” Jones said. “I would say (I am) about where I hoped to be. We’ve done a good job kind of adjusting the schedule based off of what I’m able to do. Every week I’m able to do a little bit more. The schedule can change or progress kind of as I’m progressing, which I think has been the right way to do it. I feel good. I think I’m in a good spot.”

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