The New York Giants are reportedly committed to quarterback Daniel Jones for at least one more season, as per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Despite the possibility of the Giants drafting another quarterback in the upcoming draft, Jones is focused on being ready for the start of training camp.

Jones has faced challenges in the past year, including a neck injury and a season-ending ACL tear. While the neck injury is no longer a concern, Jones is still undergoing ACL rehab and is optimistic about being fully ready for training camp.

General manager Joe Schoen has been scouting QB prospects extensively, adding uncertainty to Jones’ long-term future with the team. Nevertheless, Jones remains concentrated on his own progress and not the potential draft picks.

Comparing his situation to running back Saquon Barkley, who left the Giants in free agency, Jones emphasized the competitive nature of the NFL and the importance of focusing on personal performance. When asked if he sees himself as the best option at QB for the Giants, Jones confidently affirmed his belief.


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