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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: Will be active for training camp

    Jones (knee) won't be placed on the PUP list and will be active from the start of training camp next week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Jones said early Tuesday during an appearance on the Simms Complete podcast that he's had no setbacks in his recovery from last November's ACL surgery, and the Giants' decision not to place him on the PUP list essentially confirms that. This news means the QB is unlikely to have any limitations in preparing for the upcoming campaign and should be ready to go as New York's Week 1 starter. Jones will lead a new-look Giants offense that lost Saquon Barkley in free agency and Darren Waller to retirement in the offseason while adding new first-string RB Devin Singletary and exciting rookie Malik Nabers, who is slated to be the team's No. 1 wideout.

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  • Giants' Theo Johnson: Dealing with hip injury

    The Giants are hopeful that Johnson (hip), who was placed on the PUP list Tuesday, isn't dealing with a long-term injury, Jordan Raanan of reports.

    Johnson will be eligible to come off the PUP list as soon as he's able to practice, so if his hip issue is indeed minor, he may not have to miss much of training camp. The rookie fourth-round pick has just over three weeks to recover prior to New York's preseason opener against the Lions on Aug. 8. When healthy, Johnson should compete with Daniel Bellinger (undisclosed) for the No. 1 tight end role.

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  • Giants' Theo Johnson: Hits PUP list

    The Giants placed Johnson (undisclosed) on the PUP list Tuesday with an undisclosed injury, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Johnson will be eligible to come off the PUP list any time during training camp or the preseason, but his expected recovery timetable remains unclear, as does the nature of his injury. The rookie fourth-round pick could have an opportunity to compete with Daniel Bellinger (undisclosed) for the starting tight end job, which is wide open in the wake of Darren Waller's retirement. It would be a notable blow to Johnson's outlook if he's forced to miss a substantial portion of camp.

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  • Giants' Daniel Jones: No real setbacks in recovery

    Jones (knee) said Tuesday during an appearance on the "Simms Complete" podcast that he has had a "pretty smooth process" and "no real setbacks" in his recovery from the ACL surgery he underwent in November, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. "At this point, I'm doing pretty much everything -- running, cutting, everything I need to do," Jones said.

    The quarterback didn't explicitly say that he's been medically cleared for the start of training camp next week, but he previously said in June that he expects to be on the field. Once he's cleared for 11-on-11 contact drills, a healthy Jones will look to prove that he's the Giants' long-term answer at quarterback. The team eschewed using the No. 6 overall pick in April's draft on a signal-caller and instead selected wideout Malik Nabers, and the front office appears to be betting that the addition of a dynamic receiver and better health from the offensive line will be enough to prop up the offense. Jones is entering the second season of the four-year, $160 million contract he signed in March 2023, and if the Giants elect to go in a different direction at quarterback following the 2024 campaign, the team would incur only $22.2 million in dead money by cutting him.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 110.2
Def. 132.4


Player Injury
D. Slayton WR Darius Slayton WR Undisclosed
D. Bellinger TE Daniel Bellinger TE Undisclosed
T. Johnson TE Theo Johnson TE Hip
A. Robinson CB Aaron Robinson CB Knee - ACL + MCL
B. Ford-Wheaton WR Bryce Ford-Wheaton WR Shoulder - AC Joint

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