There have been ongoing talks recently regarding the return of Daniel Jones to the NY Giants team. The quarterback joined the team as a limited participant in the previous practice session on Friday last week. Daniel Jones is likely to continue from where he left off in that practice session once the NY Giants get back on track after a players’ holiday and a cross-country flight. According to recent reports, the player is supposed to return playing for the team this Wednesday, December 9.
But before he gets back on the field, the head coach of the NY Giants announces that Jones will have to clear the mobility test. If he is successful in that, the quarterback will be playing against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, December 13. This suggests that if he successfully returns for Sunday’s match, he will have missed only 6 quarters owing to his hamstring strain.
NY Giants Coach Mentions Jones Will Have A Mobility Test
NY Giants Coach Joe Judge mentions in a statement that Daniel will get every opportunity to get back on the field to defend himself in practice sessions to show that he has not lost his defensive qualities. If the results of the practice matches come out positive in favor of Daniel then the team has no issues in letting him make a comeback in Sunday’s game.
NBA fans take this as good news as this might be the week that Colt McCoy gets replaced by Daniel Jones. McCoy played for the NY Giants as a backup during this period. He made an outstanding impact during the Giants vs. Cincinnati Bengals game turning three short-fields into goals, thus bringing victory for his team.
In the case of Jones, the only determining factor to let him return to the NY Giants will be his proper physical functionality.