By Max Harper
Giants quarterback Daniel Jones had successful surgery today to repair the ACL in his right knee and will take eight to 10 months to recover.
Eight months of recovery would take Jones, 26, right up to the start of training camp next summer.
“I’m more focused kind of day to day on what I’m doing here and trying to get healthy,” Jones, who suffered the injury on Nov. 5 against the Las Vegas Raiders, told the Up and Adams Show on Tuesday.
“Have been getting ready for this surgery and then recovering from this surgery going forward. How that works out is down the road a ways and I don’t have a ton of control over it. Just focus on what I can do to get back.”
The Giants signed Jones to a four-year, $160 million deal earlier in the year, and he’s due another $35.5 million in guaranteed pay next season.