Jayden Daniel faces allegations of violating the league’s code of conduct. Reports have

“The New York Giants are embroiled in controversy as star quarterback Jayden Daniel faces allegations of violating the league’s code of conduct. Reports have surfaced claiming that Daniel was involved in a heated altercation with a teammate during a recent practice, resulting in a physical altercation that left the teammate with minor injuries. The incident has sparked outrage among fans and pundits, with many questioning Daniel’s leadership and commitment to the team. The Giants organization has yet to comment on the situation, but sources indicate that disciplinary action may be imminent. Stay tuned as this story develops.”

And so it continues – and likely will rage on for another five weeks – Drake Maye vs. Jayden Daniels.

To replace failed former first-round pick Mac Jones and – yes, still – attempt to fill the unfathomably big shoes of Tom Brady, which quarterback do the New England Patriots select in next month’s NFL Draft: North Carolina’s Maye, the pocket-passer with a big arm and a bevy of college starts? Or LSU’s Daniels, the Heisman Trophy winner with elite athleticism and a multi-dimensional skill set that former coach Bill Belichick used to daydream about?

The answer, of course, depends on who you ask.

Just this week ESPN Draft gurus Mel Kiper Jr. and Field Yates offered that the Patriots “don’t love Drake Maye” yet proceeded to plug him at New England’s No. 3 overall spot in their latest mock. Now comes NFL.com’s 3.0 mock draft, where expert Daniel Jeremiah has No. 2 and 3 flip-flopped from ESPN.

He has Maye going No. 2 to the Commanders, leaving the Patriots to draft Daniels third. Both agree that USC quarterback Caleb Williams is the consensus No. 1 pick to the Bears.

“I’m sure the Patriots will receive lucrative offers for this pick,” Jeremiah reasons. “At the end of the day, they need to address the most important position on the field and could do so with the third overall selection.”

A month ago in his 2.0 mock, Jeremiah had the Patriots bypassing Daniels to take Ohio State receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. But that was before New England’s trade of Mac and the free-agent signing of career backup Jacoby Brissett, seemingly clearing the way for it to draft a rookie quarterback No. 3 overall.

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