Daniel Jones will not participate in full team drills at Giants minicamp

Giants quarterback Daniel Jones has been participating in 7-on-7 work at the team’s practices for almost a month. However, he will not be taking part in any full team drills before the team wraps up its offseason program this week.

Head coach Brian Daboll announced on Tuesday that Jones, who is recovering from a torn ACL, will not be participating in team drills during this week’s mandatory minicamp. Daboll mentioned that Jones is right on track with his rehab process and that the team will continue to keep him out of full team drills for the next few days. The goal is to get him fully ready for training camp.

Jones plans to organize workouts with teammates before camp begins, allowing him to continue progressing and staying in shape during a slower period in the team’s schedule. Overall, the focus is on getting Jones fully healthy and ready to lead the Giants when the season kicks off.

By Sophia Gonzalez

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