Daniel Jones prepares to play, despite neck injury

Jones is confident he will be ready to play the Dolphins

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is hopeful of playing the Miami Dolphins on Sunday despite a neck injury.

Daniel jones confirmed Wednesday that he suffered a neck strain in Sunday’s 13-7 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. It keeps open the possibility of being ready for the weekend.

“Yeah, I’m spending the week preparing to play,” Jones said after being a non-contact participant in practice. “Getting ready to play.”

The Giants (4-7) will have both Jones and backup Mike Glennon do reps this week at practice. A source informed ESPN on Wednesday it is 50-50 that Jones can play. Glennon would start if he can’t.

It is expected that Jones, to whom Giants Officially listed as limited in Wednesday’s practice, he will undergo a neck check at the end of the week and that should help determine whether he should miss a game.

“We’re not ruling anything out at this point,” coach Joe Judge said Wednesday morning. “Daniel will be here practicing [el miércoles]. Will practice [el jueves] and Friday too. We’ll see what it can do. “

It is believed that Jones he was injured when he ran Sunday on a play. He reported that there was no pain until after the game. Judge was not aware of the injury until the team produced its postgame injury report on Monday.

Jones, 24, underwent tests and treatment for the past two days. After an initial scare, he’s on the mend.

“Feel good. Get better every day,” Jones said. “I try to listen to what the doctors and the coaches tell me. But I’m doing well.”