Report: Giants' Jones has neck strain, Glennon expected to start vs. Dolphins

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New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is week-to-week with a neck strain, making Mike Glennon the likely starter Sunday versus the Miami Dolphins, sources told Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Jones reportedly injured his neck early in last week's win over the Philadelphia Eagles, though he finished the game without any apparent difficulty. He's thrown for 2,428 yards with 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 2021.

Glennon made one relief appearance for Jones earlier this season, throwing a touchdown and two interceptions against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 5.

The Giants are signing quarterback Jake Fromm from the Buffalo Bills' practice squad, according to Pelissero.

Jones missed two games last year because of hamstring and ankle injuries.

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Report: Giants' Jones has neck strain, Glennon expected to start vs. Dolphins
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