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During an appearance on “PFT Live” on Tuesday, Giants general manager Joe Schoen stated that Daniel Jones’ concerning injury history may have an effect on how he manages New York’s quarterback position this summer.

Regarding Jones, Schoen stated, “The reality is he’s coming off three injuries in two years,” according to Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk. “Those are the facts. It is something we must take into account. We will take care of it through free agency, and if there is a chance in the draft, we will consider all available positions, not just quarterback, since we have needs all over the field.”

Since he was selected in the 2019 NFL Draft, Jones has experienced some kind of physical setback each season. He claimed to have various neck-related problems, and he has missed nine games overall from the beginning of the 2021 season to 2023. On November 5, he most recently tore his ACL.

Jones led the Giants to a playoffs appearance and a road victory in 2022 thanks to his ability to make plays with his legs. He has the sixth-most running yards among quarterbacks since Week 1 of the 2019 season (1,914), per StatMuse.

is eIt stimated by analysts that in order to acquire a top quarterback prospect in the 2024 draft order, Schoen would need to trade this year’s sixth overall pick and many second-round selections. But when the Giants are on the clock at No. 6 in spring, Chris Trapasso of CBS Sports predicted that North Carolina Tar Heels signal-caller Drake Maye will be on the board in a mock selection released on Tuesday.

Regarding Jones’ recuperation, Schoen remarked, “Daniel’s trending in the right direction right now.” “He began tossing around two weeks ago. He’s not moving yet; he’s working statically. It’s hoped that he’ll be prepared for [training] camp and that he could be able to play in a 7-on-7 match in the spring.”

As soon as the 2024 season concludes, Schoen will be free to walk away from the four-year deal Jones agreed to in March. Given that fact and Jones’ history of injuries, Schoen may decide to either add some competition for the QB1 position during the summer or make a gamble on selecting Jones’ eventual replacement in the draft.

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