New York Giants: Car crash
Giants safety Chad Jones continues his road to recovery following his devastating car crash in 2010.
Jones' physical trainer, John Moran, says the safety is training five-to-six days a week with Moran, a strength coach, and a track/speed coach. Jones is doing 10-yard sprints and moderately-paced 30-yard runs.
"The plan is to clock Chad's first 40-yard dash on his 23rd birthday (Oct. 5)," Moran said. "He looks amazing! Trying to get Chad to lead the Giants out onto the field in New Orleans in November when the Giants play the Saints."
Jones recently visited Giants camp with his girlfriend, Jade, and received a round of applause from his teammates. Jones hopes to make his comeback on a football field next year.
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