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Daniel Jones suffers leg injury in 3rd quarter vs. Bengals, questionable to return

Giants QB Daniel Jones grabbed his leg after a pass attempt and is getting checked out.

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (8) rolls out against the Cincinnati Bengals during the second quarter at Paul Brown Stadium. Joseph Maiorana-USA TODAY Sports

UPDATE: Jones left the game again after one play and has been announced as questionable to return with a hamstring injury. Colt McCoy will remain the starting quarterback in the meantime.

UPDATE: Jones is out of the medical tent and returned to the game after doing some warming up, per Tyler Dragon.

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones appears to have injured his hamstring in the third quarter of their Week 12 matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals. He might have tweaked it the play before on a run and then couldn’t step into this third down throw, per Dan Duggan.

Colt McCoy is Jones’ backup and has entered the game while Jones is in the blue medical tent. McCoy was 1 of 2 for a loss of nine yards upon entering the game. The Bengals have the ball back, so we’ll see what the next series brings for the Giants.