Duke football: Daniel Jones accepts All-In Challenge on behalf of Giants

Duke football alum Daniel Jones (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
Duke football alum Daniel Jones (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images) /

Former Duke football quarterback Daniel Jones has accepted the All-In Challenge on behalf of the New York Giants organization that was challenged by Eli Manning.

The All-In Challenge is the latest idea to sweep the nation to try and raise money for those who have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Athletes, professional sports teams, and celebrities have all accepted the challenge in allowing fans to bid or purchase raffle tickets to get a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Now former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning was challenged by his brother, Peyton Manning, to accept the All-In Challenge, and the two-time Super Bowl Champion nominated the New York Giants to accept the challenge.

Daniel Jones, former Duke football quarterback and Manning’s successor in New York, accepted the challenge on the team’s behalf on Tuesday night, the launch day of the challenge.

Former Blue Devil Jayson Tatum also accepted the All-In Challenge and is giving fans a chance to win a VIP trip to Boston with him for a Celtics game.

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As for Jones and the Giants, they are also offering a VIP experience for a New York Giants home game, in which the winners will get four club seats, field passes, and the chance to participate in the coin toss prior to the game.

If that wasn’t enough, the winners will also get to have dinner the night before with Eli Manning in the New York/New Jersey area.

The opening bid to win the New York Giants Gameday Experience is $10,000, and all the opportunities can be found on the All-In Challenge website right here.

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All benefits from the All-In Challenge will be donated to charities that help those who have been directly impacted by COVID-19.

Daniel Jones started 12 games for the Giants in his rookie season and will be looking to build off a disappointing yet encouraging 3-9 mark as a starter as New York only went 4-12 on the season.

The game for the Gameday Experience has not been announced as the 2020 NFL schedule has not been released, nor is it known if fans will be permitted to be in attendance this season.