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Jones put together an impressive debut season, setting the franchise rookie records for most touchdown passes, yards, pass attempts and completions. In just 12 starts, he led all NFL rookie quarterbacks with 24 touchdown passes. Jones was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his tremendous performance as a first-time starter in the Giants' Week 3 comeback victory. He became just the second quarterback since the 1970 merger to throw for at least 300 yards and two touchdowns and run for two scores in his starting debut.
Jones went on to be nominated for the Pepsi Rookie of the Week Award four times, the last coming after his historic Week 16 performance against the Redskins in which he became the first rookie QB to throw for at least 350 yards, five touchdowns and zero interceptions in a game.
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NFL.com ranks the best remaining free agents
The first week of free agency is officially in the rearview mirror.
Following the first seven days of the new league year, many of the top free agents have already agreed to deals, according to NFL.com reports. However, there are still some big names out there that are looking for their next team.
Here are some of the top players still available on the free agent market.
1. QB Cam Newton
2. Edge Jadeveon Clowney
3. QB Jameis Winston
4. Edge Everson Griffen
5. DL Shelby Harris
View photos of the top free agents available after the first week of free agency, according to NFL.com reports
Here is a look at some of the deals announced around the league today:
PFF changes Giants' pick in Post-Free Agency Mock Draft
The last time Pro Football Focus posted a mock draft, Ohio State cornerback Jeff Okudah was projected to the Giants with the fourth overall pick. But following the wave of moves done in the first week of free agency, PFF has a new pick for Big Blue.
In its Post-Free Agency Mock Draft, PFF's Michael Renner mocks Louisville offensive tackle Mekhi Becton to the Giants at No. 4. Renner isn't the first analyst to project Becton to the Giants, as several other draft experts have made the same prediction.
Renner now projects Okudah to be selected by the Detroit Lions with the fifth overall pick following a trade down with the Miami Dolphins. Clemson linebacker/safety Isaiah Simmons, another popular Giants pick among draft analysts, falls to the Carolina Panthers at No. 7 in PFF's latest mock draft.
Here is what Renner had to say about the Becton pick:
"Size and speed have been tenets of Dave Gettleman's team-building strategy in his tenure as general manager. No one has more of the former in this draft than Becton, and after running a 5.1 in the 40-yard dash, he's got some of the latter as well."