On Monday, the New York Giants officially announced that quarterback Daniel Jones will miss the rest of the season due to a neck injury.
Daniel Jones was officially added to the injury reserve list on Monday. He was injured in the 12th week against the Philadelphia Eagles, but insisted on finishing the game. This season, Daniel Jones has a pass completion rate of 64.3%, advanced 2,428 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 7 interceptions.
After consulting the doctor’s opinion, New York Giants believes that Daniel Jones’ injury will not affect his future career. Daniel Jones just needs more rest time and does not need to undergo surgery. The starting quarterback for the next game is expected to be Mike Glennon or Jake Fromm.
Although there is no need to worry about his future career, it is hard to say whether Daniel Jones can stay in the New York Giants. The New York Giants need to decide whether to implement Daniel Jones’ rookie contract option this season. The new fifth-year contract will provide Daniel Jones with approximately $20 million in salary.