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21:06  11 june  2019
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Giants’ Daniel Jones hears boos at Yankee Stadium

Giants’ Daniel Jones hears boos at Yankee Stadium Daniel Jones was a controversial choice when the New York Giants selected him with the No. 6 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, and the rookie quarterback received a rude welcome from fans while attending Monday’s game at Yankee Stadium. Jones was shown on the Jumbotron as the New York Yankees hosted the Tampa Bay Rays, and his appearance on the big screen elicited boos, according to multiple dispatches on social media. #Giants first-round pick Daniel Jones is here at Yankee Stadium, was shown on video board between innings, and received lukewarm reception to say the least. #TheyAreSayingBoo#Yankees#Rays— Eduardo A.

Daniel Jones ‘on track’ to be ready to play Week 1 for Giants© Sarah Stier-USA TODAY Sports The New York Giants have done nothing but gush about quarterback Daniel Jones since selecting him No. 6 overall in April. A month ago, offensive coordinator Mike Shula said he thought Jones could start in Week 1 if the Giants needed him to.

On Tuesday, head coach Pat Shurmur continued to tout the worthiness of his rookie, saying Jones is “on track to be able to get himself ready to play Week 1,” per Ryan Dunleavy of

During the pre-draft process, Jones was praised for his intelligence, among other things. It seems clear that he is picking up Shurmur’s system quickly, and that he has impressed the Giants coaching staff as a whole.

Based on the reviews veteran Eli Manning has gotten this summer from beat writers who cover the Giants, the team may be relying on Jones far sooner than it anticipated.

Whether any of this translates to success on the field come Sundays — both in the short and long term — remains to be seen.

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