New York Giants | Daniel Jones is an uncertain case against the Cards

New York Giants |  Daniel Jones is an uncertain case against the Cards

(East Rutherford) New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones is an uncertain case heading into Sunday’s game at MetLife Stadium against the Arizona Cards.

Jones was fully involved in Friday’s practice, having been limited the previous two days.

He injured the back of the thigh on November 29, against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Last week Colt McCoy tallied 105 yards from the air including a touchdown pass, helping New York City win 17-12 over the Seattle Seahawks.

Bored on the back, linebacker Blake Martinez did not practice Friday; he is also an uncertain case.

Martinez ranks third in the NFL with 111 tackles, including 63 solo.

Arizona should count on the return of Larry Fitzgerald, who is no longer on the list in connection with COVID-19. The wide end missed two games.

Wide end DeAndre Hopkins and Kenyan running back Drake are uncertain cases. The first is discomfort in the neck and back, the second in the hip.

Coach Kliff Kingsbury has said Hopkins should be available.

The Cards and Giants aspire to the playoffs, scoring 6-6 and 5-7, respectively. The match is at 1 p.m.

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