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New York Giants’ Daniel Jones getting work in at…

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New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones returned to Duke earlier this week to get some offseason training in, and he brought some teammates with him — wide receivers Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard.

But the trio weren’t alone. They were joined by New York Jets wide receiver and former Duke alum, Jamison Crowder, and several others.

“I’m just gonna work on the things I need to improve,” Jones said, via NFL.com. “It’s tough to really install the offense and learn the offense and what the rules are. I can focus on stuff I need to work on, stuff I need to improve from last year and kinda go from there. I’m looking forward to it.”

And that’s exactly what Jones has been working on at Duke with David Cutcliffe overseeing him, just as he had with Eli Manning for the past 16 years.

Jones struggled with turnovers as a rookie, which wasn’t too dissimilar to the issues Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson had in his first season as a pro.

Correcting those issues will be a focus for Jones during his time at Duke, where he expects to return at least once more before the Giants’ offseason workout program gets underway.

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