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Symptoms of Giants quarterback Daniel Jones’ neck injury include left-sided weakness

If Jones, 26, were to return before he was fully healthy, there would be an increased risk of re-injury that would send him back to square one. So, the Giants continue to take a cautious approach to his return. Over the past two weeks of practice, Jones has picked up more reps on the scout team, a sign that his shutdown is not currently being considered. But until he’s completely cleared, that’s all he’ll do in practice.

Giants head coach Brian Daboll was asked last week if Jones’ injury could be season-ending.

“I don’t have a crystal ball with the injuries,” Daboll told reporters, “but he’s doing better and we’ll see where he’s at next week.”

Jones previously suffered a neck injury in 2021 – another disc issue that led to an early end to his season. Jones said this recent neck injury wasn’t as serious, and sources say it’s not considered something long-term. However, the risk of further complications is not worth rushing it.

The Giants signed Jones to a four-year, $160 million contract in March that pays him $46 million this season and $36 million in 2024, including $35.5 million fully guaranteed. Another $23 million is guaranteed for injuries in 2025.

New York (2-5) scored a league-low 85 points heading into Sunday’s game against the rival Jets.

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