Tisch has tried to reach out to JPP, but has failed in his attempts. It’s not sitting well with the chairman and executive vice president.
Robert Nunn has a special relationship with injured New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.
According to WFAN and NFL Media’s Kim Jones, Giants star defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has been released from the hospital.
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.
Unlike the traditional franchise tag, the non-exclusive franchise tag allows other teams to offer Pierre-Paul a contract.
“Yeah, if I can stay here, I would love to be a Giant for life,” the defensive end told reporters on Wednesday. “I don’t know what the future has.”
The Giants’ defensive line, like much of the rest of the 5-7 squad, has grown old and injured in the blink of an eye, and there appears little help in sight.
“With Dallas, we all understand that it’s a division opponent, it’s a division rival. But at the same time, like I said, every game from this moment on is a must-win game.”
In an NFC East nobody wants to win, a division where the champion could well be 7-9 when all this is said and done, the Giants are looking pretty good right now.
Heading into Week 5 against the Eagles at MetLife Stadium, the Giants’ wait for Jason Pierre-Paul continues.
Pass-rushing playmaker Jason Pierre-Paul is active for the Giants in their opener in Dallas.
Tom Coughlin announced that wide receiver Victor Cruz is probable for Sunday. Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is listed as questionable.
The New York Giants announced today that star defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul has been activated off the PUP list. He is now cleared to practice.
With Jason Pierre-Paul still recovering from back surgery in early June, the Giants practiced Wednesday with fellow defensive end Justin Tuck sidelined by an undisclosed back problem.