Giants head coach Brian Daboll was appreciative of Daniel Jones coming into the facility on Saturday, despite the snowstorm.
Daboll spoke about that during his introductory press conference on Monday morning as he and Jones were two of the only people in the facility that day.
“That’s a good sign for a young player," Daboll said.
Jones will be under the microscope a lot this offseason as the Giants figure out what to do with him.
Jones struggled at times this season before getting hurt but did finish with 2,428 yards through the air along with 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions.
If the Giants decide to keep him, his development will be crucial since the Giants took him with the sixth overall pick just three years ago.
Daboll will also be tasked with getting this team back on track as they haven't come close to making the playoffs since 2016. The Giants have been through three head coaches in the last six years and likely don't want to keep searching for a new leader every two years.
If Daboll can tweak some things in Jones' game, there's a good chance he will stay well beyond two years.