The New York Giants returned to the practice area on Thursday, and quarterback Daniel Jones (hamstring / ankle) saw a significant increase in his participation.
Joe Judge’s head coach has expressed optimism that Jones will face Baltimore Ravens this Sunday. Some of the exercises published in the media made it easy to see why he felt that way.
Daniel Jones has been working better than it is today since he first suffered a hamstring injury. As the judge said, I’ll be back on Sunday. pic.twitter.com/SllAYKoeap
— Dan Dagan (@ DDuggan21) December 24, 2020
“I thought he had a good day yesterday. He had a good day yesterday. He went out there, we passed him all,” the judge told reporters. It was. “Today will be a more intensive day. Today will be a more voluminous day for him. It will be interesting to see how he reacts. Throughout the entire team he Can be seen moving around. He immediately jumps into his normal role and advances it. If he can play, we will play him. “
The news wasn’t very positive for the wide receiver Golden Tate, who worked with the trainer on the side the day after he was actually injured in his calf.
“Golden is probably just with the trainer today. Let’s see if he can do a little outside. Let’s see where he is. It’s the standard operating procedure the next day. It’s kind of. We’ll see where he’s for the game. I can’t give you a lot of up-to-date information about it until the end of today, “said the judge.
Meanwhile, tight-end Evan Engram (calf) and rookie offensive tackle matt part (ankle) participated fully.
Did not participate: WR Golden Tate (calf)
Limited participants: QB Daniel Jones (hamstring), CB Darney Holmes (knee)
Full participants: TE Evan Engram (calf), OT Matt Peart (ankle)
– NFL Sports
Daniel Jones, Darney Holmes remain restricted
https://giantswire.usatoday.com/2020/12/24/new-york-giants-injury-report-daniel-jones-darnay-holmes-remain-limited/ Daniel Jones, Darney Holmes remain restricted