Giants' Daniel Jones a full participant in practice for second straight day

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Daniel Jones jogs on field during Giants game against Bengals
Daniel Jones jogs on field during Giants game against Bengals

Giants quarterback Daniel Jones was a full participant in practice for the second straight day on Thursday, paving the way for him to get the start at quarterback in the team’s Week 17 showdown against the Cowboys.

Hampered by both hamstring and ankle injuries for the past few weeks, the hamstring is the only injury he’s currently listed as dealing with.

Meanwhile, tight end Evan Engram (calf), safety Jabrill Peppers and wide receiver Sterling Shepard were all limited in Thursday’s practice.

Engram was listed as questionable with a calf injury prior to last week’s game, but went on to catch seven passes for 65 yards.

Fullback Eli Penny (illness) and wide receiver Golden Tate (calf) did not participate.