“He’s been out here throwing, so he’ll have his full workload this week,” Daboll said of Jones. “Once he’s cleared, he’s ready to go.”
Daboll was asked if Jones could wear anything to protect his neck moving forward, “I’m sure he could if he needed to, but I think he’s good to go.”
In other injury news, offensive tackles Andrew Thomas (hamstring) and Evan Neal (ankle), receiver Wan’Dale Robinson (knee/maintenance), outside linebacker Kayvon Thibodeaux (knee), and running back Saquon Barkley (elbow/maintenance) are among those who will be limited.
Daboll also said that quarterback Tyrod Taylor (ribs) was meeting with the doctor regarding the rib injury he suffered against the Jets on Sunday, a meeting that could determine whether he avoids injured reserve or lands on the short-term list.
Taylor, as a member of the Chargers in 2020, had a rib injury and ended with a more significant injury when the Chargers team doctor at the time accidentally punctured his lung while attempting to administer a pain-killing injection for the injury.
Taylor is one of two Giants who was not scheduled to practice Wednesday.
The other is tight end Darren Waller, who is dealing with a hamstring.
“We’ll see where he’s at,” Daboll said of Waller, who, if he can play, will debut against his former team.
He’s not gonna go today. We’ll take him day by day–you never know how hamstrings are, so we’ll see where he’s at by the end of the week.”
Here is the full Giants injury report.