Giants notebook: Joe Judge's contingency plans, scheme details, and more

Giants notebook: Joe Judge's contingency plans, scheme details, and more

So much so that New York Giants starting quarterback Daniel Jones is calling on Tony Romo, one of the franchise's old rivals, for help. Learning is even new in a world fighting a pandemic that has made social distancing the new norm. "I'm no different now. I thought it was a huge advantage for me to be able to learn from him and talk with him every day".

Jones now is living with his three siblings in his parents' home in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Jones admitted he started looking at some tapes of Cowboys games to get a feel for the offense that Dallas used for the past decade with Garrett in charge.

New York Giants head coach Joe Judge says it would be hard to ask his players to fly in for training camp during the coronavirus outbreak.

Garrett's contract with Dallas was not renewed after last season and Judge hired him as its offensive coordinator less than two weeks later. Once he got the playbook, his goal has been to get it down pat. (Former Giants head coach) Pat Shurmur led with - he was patient.

Before the coronavius hit the United States, Jones brought Giants receivers to North Carolina to throw in the offseason.

Manning said during a radio interview last week that he suspects the situation with the New York Giants was "awkward at times" for Jones previous year, as Jones was a rookie quarterback trying to take over for a two-time Super Bowl champion who was still on the roster. He wants to earn the starting job. Fans weren't nearly as angry when Manning was benched in favor of Jones last season, but situations like that are almost always uncomfortable in the locker room.

"I am very pleased with how they have been working", Judge said on MSG 150 at Home. "Look, I have a lot of respect for him as a player, he is a great person, he is a hard worker but he is a productive player".

Manning, who retired after the 4-12 season, recently said Jones should have an easier time this season with him out of the picture. It will be certainly different, different in the room.

"I've been working with a quarterback coach here". "That's a fundamental skill that for the quarterback position, that's something that's crucial but also to me a fairly simple fix in that it's a mindfulness, being intentional with securing the ball, having two hands on it".

In any dialog about ultimately beginning up, Judge stated the priority is "are we 100 p.c sure the gamers are going to stay wholesome and we're not placing anyone in danger?"

It may nearly feel like starting over again.

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