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Giants QB Daniel Jones (ankle) limited in Wednesday's practice

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones participated in practice Wednesday after suffering an ankle injury in Sunday’s win over the Chicago Bears.

Head coach Brian Daboll said prior to Wednesday's practice that the QB would get in "some" work and he was officially listed as limited on the team's injury report.

“We’ll see where he’s at after today,” Daboll said of Jones, noting the QB's ankle has made "a lot of progress" since Sunday.

Connor Hughes of SNY noted that Jones looked good early in individual drills open to the media.

After working out QBs on Tuesday, the Giants didn't sign one, indicating optimism Jones might be fine to play Sunday in London against the Green Bay Packers.

Following the Giants' practice, Jones said he was "feeling good" after being limited. The fourth-year QB was "in and out a little bit" at practice, but felt he could do "most things" during the session.

Backup Tyrod Taylor remains in the protocol after suffering a concussion Sunday. It's too early in the process to know whether the veteran signal-caller will be cleared in time for Week 5.

When asked if he'll be ready for Week 5, Jones said he's taking it one day at a time.

"It's early in the week, so I'm just trying to do everything that I can day by day to get back there," Jones added, per the team transcript. "Like I said, I'm feeling good. I'm feeling a lot better today."

The Giants could also be getting some playmakers back this week. Daboll noted that Kadarius Toney and Wan’Dale Robinson would be limited in practice on Wednesday after missing the past two games. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported earlier in the day that Kenny Golladay won't make the trip to London due to an MCL injury.

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