Given the accident, it’s unlikely the Giants will sign Pierre-Paul to a long-term deal before the July 15 deadline.
For now, just hope he can leave the hospital in the healthiest shape possible because, when it comes down to it, we’re dealing with a human being.
A debate over JPP’s right to privacy erupted Wednesday night when an ESPN reporter tweeted a photo of the Giants star’s surgical record.
The amputation could hasten his return from a fireworks accident, and it seems there’s a chance the Giants’ two-time Pro Bowler will be ready to play Week 1 in Dallas.
This situation with JPP has gone from bizarre to downright frightening.
Making a mockery of Jasons everywhere, Jason Pierre-Paul has put himself in a most precarious place.
It’s a mess, and the Giants have no idea when, or even if, it will get straightened out. All from one bad, stupid decision. They never thought their star defensive end would create these kind of fireworks.
The Giants are aware of an incident involving Jason Pierre-Paul and fireworks, but the team is unsure about the severity of any injuries to the star defensive end.
The Giants star underwent tests on one finger for nerve damage, “and doctors believe there will be no permanent damage or disfigurement of his hands,” ESPN reported.
Pierre-Paul is being treated at a hospital in Fort Lauderdale, the sources confirmed.
The Giants are kicking off their three-day minicamp on Tuesday. Attendance is mandatory, but according to a report, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul doesn’t plan to participate.
The New York Giants have signed George Selvie, a college teammate of Jason Pierre-Paul, to help strengthen their defensive line.
The Giants are reportedly considering casting their line toward the biggest fish in NFL free agency.
The New York Giants placed the franchise tag on defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul after the 26-year-old rebounded from two injury-plagued seasons.
A defensive mainstay and former two-time champion has been shown the door by the Giants.