JPP, ESPN Settle Suit Over Reporting On 2015 Fireworks AccidentNew York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and ESPN have settled a lawsuit over the network's disclosure of his medical records from a 2015 fireworks accident.
Palladino: Pierre-Paul Should Be Giants' Top Priority This OffseasonEven after putting together an impressive, though shortened, season with 7 1/2 fingers, Jason Pierre-Paul knows what he’s worth. The question now is whether Jerry Reese is familiar with that number.
Jason Pierre-Paul Rules Out Signing 1-Year Deal With GiantsIn 12 games, Pierre-Paul had 53 tackles, seven sacks and three forced fumbles. He got off to a slow start but finally appeared to be regaining the form that made him a Pro Bowler in 2011 and 2012.
Report: Pierre-Paul Might Return For Giants' Wild-Card GamePierre-Paul, 27, underwent sports hernia surgery earlier this month and was initially expected to miss at least six weeks.
Palladino: Giants Should Assign JPP To OBJ's Behavior DetailIf Odell Beckham, Jr. really needs a professor to show him how to conduct himself on and off an NFL gridiron, the Giants should put him in daily contact with Jason Pierre-Paul.
Report: Giants' Pierre-Paul To Miss Rest Of Regular SeasonThe Giants have four games remaining to turn an 8-4 record into their first playoff playoff appearance since winning the Super Bowl following the 2011 season. They will forge ahead without Jason Pierre-Paul.
Pierre-Paul's Monster Game Earns Him NFC Defensive Player Of WeekIn the 27-13 victory at Cleveland, Pierre-Paul registered three sacks and returned a fumble 43 yards for a touchdown. The defensive end finished with a total of seven tackles.
Giants Team Grades: G-Men Overcome Bears In Critical 22-16 VictoryThe New York Giants (7-3) came into this contest looking to avoid a Chicago Bears (2-8) trap. But, the Windy City crew were stubborn house guests, especially in the first half. Big Blue stayed the course and finally put Chicago away on a late Landon Collins interception, for a 22-16 victory.
Minus Sacks, Giants' Pierre-Paul Is Back In Every WayWhile his sack total isn't what it used to be, there is little doubt that defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is back to being a force on the New York Giants' defense.
Judge Refuses To Throw Out Pierre-Paul Lawsuit Against ESPNPierre-Paul attorney John Lukacs said Judge Marcia Cooke issued her ruling Thursday after a hearing on ESPN's motion to dismiss. The case is set for an August 2017 trial.
Giants' Optimism Is Well Founded With New Coach And ChangesAfter missing the playoffs the past four seasons, the New York Giants have a right to be optimistic.
Palladino: July 4th Fireworks Accident Caused Jason Pierre-Paul To Grow UpJason Pierre-Paul’s life changed for the better exactly one year ago on this day.