Mike Glennon, the quarterback for the New York Giants, recently suffered a concussion in his team’s 20-9 defeat at the hands of the Miami Dolphins. Reports are pretty unclear about how it all happened, and Glennon was evaluated for the concussion after the game which he ended up playing completely. He was last seen spiking the ball before an attempt at a field goal on the final offensive play of the Giants.
Glennon substituted Daniel Jones who had been pretty inactive due to a neck strain and hasn’t yet been cleared for contact. Although it is still unclear as to when Jones will return, he was seen running through quite an extensive pregame workout on Sunday morning.
Mike Glennon Could Be Out For a Long Time
Daniel Jones, for whom Mike Glennon substituted, injured his neck on the second play in the win over the Philadelphia Eagles last week. He also ended up finishing the game instead of being substituted immediately. Jones will be meeting with the doctors on the morning of Monday. Joe Judge, the coach of the Giants, stated that all of the players would be having a day-after-game checkup with all of the doctors and Daniel will be no stranger to that.
The only other active quarterback on the active roster of the team currently is Jake Fromm, who was signed from the practice squad of the Buffalo Bills last week. He could potentially be a starter next week against the Los Angeles Chargers, if neither Mike Glennon or Daniel Jones are deemed fit to play the game.
Mike Glennon in his last game was able to complete 23 of 44 passes on Sunday for 187 yards, while also throwing an interception in the Giants’ loss. He ended up being sacked thrice.