The only way Giants will pick quarterback at 2021 NFL Draft

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As part of The Post’s 2021 NFL Draft preview, we examine what the Giants might do at each position. Wednesday: Quarterback.

Here is what the Giants might do with the quarterbacks available in this NFL draft: Ignore them.

That does not mean their scouts and coaches have refrained from studying the prospects at this position. It does mean that, unless there is a player viewed as an absolute steal sitting there on Day 3, the Giants are not going to burn one of their picks — remember, they have only six of them — to take a flier on a quarterback.

They are sold (at least heading into this season) on Daniel Jones as their starter. They are not going to do anything to make anyone think otherwise. This will be year No. 3 for Jones, and by the end of the 2021 season, the Giants should know for sure if they have their franchise guy or need to look elsewhere.

They signed veteran Mike Glennon to serve as Jones’ backup, believing he poses a bit more of a physical threat on the field to opponents than Colt McCoy, last season’s No. 2. The Giants also have Clayton Thorson on the roster, as well as Joe Webb, who is listed as a quarterback, but is more of a special-teams guy nowadays.

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