12:08 PM ET

The starting quarterback for the New York Giants will be available for Sunday's game. Daniel Jones didn't get an official designation on the final injury report, meaning he's good to go and likely to start.

Tyrod Taylor was ruled out after sustaining a concussion in the win over the Bears. The Giants will have two quarterbacks in the game against the Packers in London. New York does not have a quarterback on its roster.

Jones injured his ankle when he was hit by a Bears player. He has been limited in practice. He said after Thursday's practice that he was feeling better.

After making the trip to England, the Giants held a light workout. On Sunday, they will play at the stadium.

Wan'Dale Robinson, Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney, Azeez Ojulari, Henry Mondeaux, and Cor' Dale Flott are all injured.

Leonard Williams has a knee injury.

Jones had a lot of questions about how much the ankle would restrict his mobility. Jones has been a big part of the Giants' running game. He is second on the team in carries with 31 and has two touchdown runs.

Jones appeared to be moving well at practice. A Giants player said that he took a lot of the first-team reps at Thursday's practice. It appeared that there was a good chance that Jones would start against the Packers.

The New York coach might have wanted to wait and see how Jones responded. Jones did not show up on the final injury report.

It will be difficult for Jones and the Giants' offense. Their top four wide receiver were projected to be down. Golladay and Toney did not make the trip, Shepard is out for the season, and Robinson needs one more week before he can return from his injury.

Three healthy wide receiver are on the active roster for New York. The practice squad player is expected to be elevated.