If Giants add any quarterbacks this week, they’ll need to have a passport

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Two Giants quarterbacks got injured on Sunday. Starter Daniel Jones has a sprained ankle, and backup Tyrod Taylor suffered a concussion.

Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the Giants won’t know whether Jones will be able to play next weekend until later in the week.

The 53-man roster has no other quarterbacks. Davis Webb is on the practice squad.

And here’s the very real practical problem the Giants may face. As the source noted, anyone they add to the roster needs to have a passport, because the next game will be played against the Packers in London.

11 responses to “If Giants add any quarterbacks this week, they’ll need to have a passport

  1. The Steelers looked good once they finally listened to Florio and put Pickett in the game.

  2. The Chad Powers who runs 5-5 40? I don’t know if that’ll work for this offense. Chad Powers did show he can work with crappy receivers over the years due to injury.

  3. Due to trades and free agency and player movement in general, and the fact NFL teams play there every year, I think it would behoove any NFL or potential NFL player (especially on the roster margins) to have a passport.

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