Joe Judge gives updates on Daniel Jones, Jason Garrett ahead of Thursday's practice

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Golden Tate talks to Joe Judge and Jason Garrett
Golden Tate talks to Joe Judge and Jason Garrett

The Giants could be getting back three extremely important parts of their offense this week as they make a final push towards winning the NFC East.

Ahead of Thursday's practice, Joe Judge said that he's "encouraged by how [Daniel Jones] moved during Wednesday's walk throughs

"He's earned my respect all the way," Judge said Thursday about Jones. "...Feel like we're on the right track." 

On Wednesday, Judge said he'd gotten good feedback on Jones' injury from trainers and also committed to Jones as the Giants' quarterback of the future.

Barring any setback from the league, OC Jason Garrett should be back calling plays on the sidelines Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.

"For everything we understand he'll be available to call plays at the game," Judge said.

Jones missed last Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns due to hamstring and ankle issues, while Garrett was held away from the team after testing positive for COVID-19 last week.

Additionally, Devonta Freeman is having a good week of practice and could possibly return from injured reserve if he's ready to go by this weekend.

The Giants offense did however suffer a bit of a setback, with Golden Tate tweaking his calf Wednesday. He's being held out of practice Thursday and will work with trainers instead.