In a devastating blow to the New York Giants and their fans, star quarterback Daniel Jones has suffered a season-ending ACL tear.

NFL insider Ian Rapoport confirmed the news via X/Twitter, quoting coach Brian Daboll as saying, “Daniel Jones is, in fact, out for the season with a torn ACL.” The injury occurred during a game, and Jones will now undergo surgery with the hope of being fully recovered for the 2024 season.

With Jones out of the lineup, the Giants find themselves in a precarious situation, having only two healthy quarterbacks left on their roster. Rookie Tommy DeVito and practice squad member Matt Barkley are now tasked with filling the void left by Jones. However, it remains uncertain whether the Giants will seek to add another veteran quarterback to their lineup to provide depth and experience during this challenging time.

Earlier this year, Daniel Jones signed a lucrative 4-year, $160 million contract, with a staggering $92 million guaranteed. This injury is undoubtedly a significant setback, not only for Jones but also for the Giants organization, which had high hopes for their franchise quarterback.


As for the recovery process, ACL tears are all too common in the world of professional sports. Typically, the rehabilitation period stretches between 6 to 8 months, which means Jones will face an arduous journey to regain his full strength and agility.

In the midst of this setback, the NFL community and fans alike are sending their best wishes to Daniel Jones for a successful recovery. We’ll be closely monitoring his progress and keeping you updated on the latest developments in football and the NFL.

What are your thoughts on this unfortunate turn of events for the New York Giants? Do you think they should consider bringing in another veteran quarterback to bolster their roster? Share your opinions and well-wishes in the comments below!

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