Giants rule 3 out, list Andrew Thomas as questionable vs. Raiders

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones made it through the week without a setback and will reassume his role under center this Sunday against the Las Vegas Raiders.

There will be a change behind him, however.

As expected, quarterback Tyrod Taylor has been officially ruled out, meaning rookie Tommy DeVito will serve as the backup quarterback. Tight end Darren Waller will also miss the game and is expected to remain sidelines for several weeks.

Both Taylor and Waller are injured reserve candidates.

Meanwhile, head coach Brian Daboll says offensive tackles Andrew Thomas and Evan Neal are improving but neither is a lock to play on Sunday.

“I’d say both of them have made steps forward,” Daboll said. “We’ll see how they do today. I think they’re making progress, getting close. We’ll let them go out there and practice today and see where they’re at.”

Full injury reports for both the Giants and Raiders can be found below:

New York Giants

Out: QB Tyrod Taylor (ribs), TE Darren Waller (hamstring), K Graham Gano (knee, being placed on IR)

Doubtful: N/A

Questionable: LT Andrew Thomas (hamstring), RT Evan Neal (ankle), RB Jashaun Corbin (hamstring)

Las Vegas Raiders

Out: N/A

Doubtful: N/A

Questionable: N/A

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