Presser Points: Daboll updates injuries, previews London Game

Sunday marks the 32nd NFL game played in London, where the Packers will become the 32nd and final team to play a regular-season game internationally.

The Giants, meanwhile, will be making their third trip, having won their previous two in 2007 and 2016. As they gear up for the big week ahead, coach Brian Daboll met with the media before Wednesday’s practice.

Here is everything you need to know:

🔹 Quarterback Daniel Jones sprained his ankle in Sunday’s victory over the Bears. Complicating matters, backup Tyrod Taylor suffered a concussion shortly after and remains in the protocol. On Wednesday, Daboll said Jones will practice “some” to see where he is physically.

🔹 Daboll said Jones is a “pretty tough individual” and has made progress since the game. “So, we’ll put him out there, give him some reps and see where he’s at.”

🔹 If Jones and Taylor cannot play, practice squad quarterback Davis Webb is the next man up. Webb is in his second stint with the Giants, who originally drafted him in the third round in 2017, but also spent three seasons under Daboll in Buffalo. “He’s been with me for a while. So, you’re not teaching it. He knows our stuff.”

🔹 Webb has appeared in one NFL game – a 45-17 Bills victory over the Jets in Week 10 of last season – but has not thrown a pass. “I have a lot of confidence in Davis…

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