Jones, Barkley, Golladay ruled out of Giants-Cowboys with injuries

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Jones, Barkley, Golladay ruled out of Giants-Cowboys with injuries originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

The New York Giants' injury woes continue.

Quarterback Daniel Jones was ruled out of Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys with a concussion.

Jones took a big helmet-to-helmet hit while running towards the end zone late in the second quarter. After looking wobbly and stumbling on the turf, Jones was helped off the field.

Jones went 5-13 for 98 yards prior to his exit. He was replaced by QB Mike Glennon.

Wide receiver Kenny Golladay was also ruled out of the Giants' game at halftime with a knee injury.

Earlier in New York's matchup against the Cowboys, star running back Saquon Barkley suffered a left ankle injury.

Barkley limped off the field in pain after turning his ankle in the first quarter, and was shown with a severely swollen ankle on the sideline.

He was quickly ruled out of the game.

The Giants now add these three big names to their list of recent injuries, alongside wide receivers Sterling Shepard (hamstring) and Darius Slayton (hamstring).

New York is looking for just its second win of the 2021 NFL season after starting the year off 1-3.