Giants QB is Content With Proving Himself Again in 2024: ‘Everything Happens for a Reason 

Giants QB is Content With Proving Himself Again in 2024: ‘Everything Happens for a Reason

New York Giants QB Tommy DeVito isn’t looked at as a long-term solution at QB, but he’s ready to prove his worth once again.

The New York Giants showed backup QB Tommy DeVito he’s not viewed as a viable option with recent offseason moves.

After a 3-3 start as Giants QB, DeVito was benched after two consecutive losses.

DeVito remains determined to win a spot on the Giants’ roster in 2024.

The New York Giants didn’t just give quarterback Tommy DeVito a sign, they didn’t look at him as a viable option at starting quarterback or even backup quarterback..


They gave him multiple, bright flashing signs they don’t think he can do either this offseason. New York practically took out a sky banner and flew it behind a plane to let him know.


Still, DeVito remains undeterred after going into 2023 as an undrafted free agent and ending it going 3-3 as the Giants’ starting quarterback, including a three-game winning streak in which DeVito captured the public’s imagination because of his homegrown, New Jersey roots — including still living with his parents (via ESPN:)


Everything happens for a reason. I showed what I can do on the field. Obviously, there are highs and lows. But to be a rookie thrown into it, it’s a tough deal. I tried to make the most of it and then control what I can control.


Since the end of the 2023 season, the Giants have tried to trade up to draft a quarterback — reportedly No. 3 overall pick Drake Maye — and signed a legitimate backup quarterback in Drew Lock, who got a one-year contract for $5 million guaranteed. They also claimed New England Patriots backup quarterback Nathan Rourke off waivers.


That’s not to mention starting quarterback Daniel Jones, the No. 6 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, who signed a four-year, $160 million deal in March 2023 but is returning from a season-ending ACL tear in his right knee in Week 8 that came after he’d already missed two games because of a neck

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