New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones had successful surgery to repair his torn right ACL on Wednesday morning.
The team said the procedure was performed by Dr. Scott Rodeo at New York’s Hospital for Special Surgery.
The knee surgery came 17 days after Jones sustained the season-ending injury in a 30-6 loss at Las Vegas.
Jones, 26, said he anticipates a recovery period of eight to 10 months. Training camp is eight months away.
“So we’ll attack that and approach that, work on that day by day and try to get back as fast as I can,” Jones said on the “Up & Adams Show” on Tuesday.
Jones, who signed a four-year, $160 million contract in the offseason, finished with two touchdown passes and six interceptions in six games this season. He missed three games with a neck injury.
Jones is 22-36-1 as a starter with 62 touchdown passes and 40 picks in 60 games (59 starts) since being drafted with the No. 6 overall pick in 2019.
–Field Level Media