Daniel Jones: Torn acl| Contract guaranteed| Injury video

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Quarterback Daniel Jones left the Giants’ game against the Raiders on Sunday because he twisted his knee due to a dropback. Today we will discuss about Daniel Jones: Torn acl| Contract guaranteed| Injury video.

Daniel Jones: Torn acl| Contract guaranteed| Injury video

Daniel Stephen Jones III (born May 27, 1997), nicknamed Danny Dimes, is an American football quarterback for the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Duke and was selected sixth overall by the Giants in the 2019 NFL Draft.

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Daniel Jones: Torn acl| Contract guaranteed| Injury video

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones missed the first half of Sunday’s 30-6 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders due to a non-contact knee injury that could have ended his season.

Sources told ESPN the initial fear is that Jones has torn the ACL in his right knee. An MRI is scheduled for Monday to determine the full extent of the injury, but there are concerns this appears to be a long-term issue. Jones returned Sunday after missing the last three games with a neck injury.

Coach Brian Daboll said, “Tough. You never want your players to lose.” “He’s worked very hard to come back. It’s unfortunate.”

Jones underwent an X-ray at Allegiant Stadium which came back negative. But his fate will ultimately be determined when he undergoes further testing and an MRI in New York.

Contract guaranteed

The Giants signed Jones with $82 million fully guaranteed through 2026 and up to an additional $35 million in incentives. Jones had a career year last season, earning him an early extension.

Injury video

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New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones exited Sunday’s contest against the Las Vegas Raiders early with a serious knee injury, which the team fears could keep him out for a while, NFL Network reports.

Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo reported that Jones was believed to have suffered a serious knee injury – possibly a torn ACL – in the Giants’ 30–6 loss to the Raiders.

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