New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones, right, sits with quarterback Tyrod Taylor (2) in the second half. The Seahawks defeat the Giants, 24-3, at MetLife Stadium on Monday, Oct. 2, 2023, in East Rutherford.

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Giants QBs: No limitations for Daniel Jones; Tyrod Taylor to visit docs

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones will have no limitations in practice this week as he prepares to return from a neck injury.

Left tackle Andrew Thomas (hamstring) and right tackle Evan Neal (ankle) were expected to be limited participants in Wednesday’s session but both have a chance to play Sunday in Las Vegas, head coach Brian Daboll confirmed.

Tight end Darren Waller (hamstring), a former Raider, and wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson (knee maintenance) did not practice on Wednesday.

Daboll said Tyrod Taylor, who started the last three games in Jones’ absence, will meet with doctors after leaving Sunday’s loss to the New York Jets with a rib injury.

Taylor spent Sunday night at Hackensack University Medical Center for observation and was released on Monday.

Jones, 26, last played in the Oct. 8 loss at Miami. He has passed for 884 yards, two touchdowns and six interceptions in five starts and has been sacked 28 times.

The Giants (2-6) have dropped five of their last six games heading into the meeting with the Raiders (3-5), who parted ways this week with head coach Josh McDaniels, offensive coordinator Mick Lombardi and general manager Dave Ziegler.

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