Pierre-Paul Shakes Off Shoulder Injury, Returns In Second Quarter
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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul returned to Sunday’s game against Oakland in the second quarter after leaving earlier with a shoulder injury.
Pierre-Paul went straight to the locker room for further examination, but returned midway through the second period.
Pierre-Paul, who has struggled this season after undergoing back surgery in June, had sacked Terrelle Pryor on the play before he was hurt. He had said earlier this week it was the best he had felt since the surgery.
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