Giants fans are loving how big Daniel Jones looks in new workout clip

New York Giants Offseason Workout
New York Giants Offseason Workout / Rich Schultz/GettyImages

In recent days, all the talk from NY Giants OTAs has been how jacked Daniel Bellinger is looking. Hey, we don't blame people for that, as the second-year tight end has recorded a simply unreal transformation.

However, let's not forget that quarterback Daniel Jones was grinding around the clock this offseason to put on some size as well. Photos from OTAs clearly show a new and improved Danny Dimes. Well, a new workout video courtesy of QB Country made its way to Twitter and you can see Jones is looking a lot more muscular.

This is something Big Blue supporters also love. If anything, it has folks even more excited to see what No. 8 can do this season:

NY Giants QB Daniel Jones has put on plenty of size in recent months

Remember how much fun it was to watch Jones take off and run in 2022? Jones showcased his wheels in his first year under Brian Daboll and Mike Kafka, rushing for more than 700 yards. Now imagine him taking off with this added size? Yup, that's going to be a problem for linebackers.

While speaking to the media at OTAs, Daboll gave a glowing review of Jones' offseason, crediting the fifth-year quarterback on his impressive work ethic. You can tell just how serious Jones has been taking things, as he wants to put the Giants in the best position possible to win each week.

Jones turned plenty of heads last season when he helped the team go 9-7-1, booking a trip to the postseason for the first time in six years. After the win over the Vikings in the Wild Card Round, not even Jones' biggest haters had anything to say.

It was great to see his improvements in 2022, which ultimately led to him landing a four-year, $160 million extension. There will be countless eyes on Jones in '23, there's no denying that. Giants Nation has full belief that this kid will be able to elevate his game this fall and winter.

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