Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Giants' picks: Round 1/15 -- Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, 6-5, 270, South Florida: The Giants weren't happy with their pass rush last season and hope that the addition of Pierre-Paul will allow them to rotate fresh pass rushers to harass quarterbacks. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout *Jason Pierre-Paul News
03/02/15 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul received the franchise tag from the Giants Monday (March 2), a move that will cost the team $14.813 million for 2015.
New York was unable to come to terms on a long-term deal with the 2010 first-round pick before Monday's deadline to designate franchise tags. The teams can now continue to negotiate, although Pierre-Paul is also free to negotiate with other teams. The Giants would receive two first-round picks if received an offer sheet the team wouldn't match.
Pierre-Paul, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, recorded 12.5 sacks last season, including 9.0 over his final five games.
He was set to become an unrestricted free agent March 10.
12/07/14 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul had a field day against backup OTs for Tennessee, notching a pair of sacks and finishing with seven tackles. Pierre-Paul also had a QB hurry and forced a fumble.
11/05/14 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul, who popped up on the Giants injury report late last week with a shoulder ailment, was not listed by the team on this week's report.
09/23/14 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul has 6.0 sacks, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in six career meetings. He's also had a quarterback sack in four out of six games played against Washington.
09/10/14 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul (neck) revealed after the game that he suffered "a little burner," an injury that forced him to leave the game for a bit in the first half. Head coach Tom Coughlin said that the defensive end was feeling better a day after, but added that Pierre-Paul would probably be limited in practice this week.