New York Giant quarterback Daniel Jones continues to follow his predecessor, Eli Manning.
Like Manning, Jones and some of his teammates took over in off-season training at Duke University. Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard participated in the training.
One of Manning’s regular off-season arrangements is to train at Duke University, where his mentor, David cutcliffe, teaches. For Jones, it is a reasonable decision to continue this tradition at his alma mater.
After Jason Garrett became the team’s new attack coordinator, Jones was unable to get a playbook to practice with his outfielder under League rules. However, they can practice footstep, basic skills and tacit cooperation.
“I just want to practice where I can make progress,” Jones said last week. “It’s hard to really get offensive tactics, learn tactics and rules. I can start by focusing on what I need to practice and what I need to improve from last year. I look forward to this training. “
In rookie season, Jones started 12 games, passing 3027 yards 24 times to the formation 12 times to be intercepted. He has a lot to practice during the off-season. Rookie’s 18 ball drops in the season (11) mean protecting the ball right is his main concern.