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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10/13/16 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul (groin) returned to practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's session. Pierre-Paul, who was limited, should be able to play Sunday against the visiting Baltimore Ravens (1 p.m., ET) - although it's anticipated that he might have his workload adjusted.
10/12/16 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul (groin) was not present for Wednesday's practice. Pierre-Paul is being held back as a precaution, according to a source and should be OK to play Sunday. If he can't Kerry Wynn would presumably get the start.
09/15/16 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul was added to the Giants' injury report with a sore shoulder. Pierre-Paul practiced fully on Wednesday, but was not on the field for Thursday's practice. According to a source, Pierre-Paul was sore but is expected to be ready for Sunday's home opener against the New Orleans Saints (1 p.m. ET).
08/09/16 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul suffered a stinger in Tuesday's practice, but was able to return to the workout after being attended to on the sideline.
03/08/16 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul is remaining with the New York Giants and has agreed to a one-year deal with the team. ESPN reported the contract could be worth $10.5 million. Pierre-Paul, 27, played in just eight games in 2015 after a July 4 fireworks incident badly damaged his right hand. Pierre-Paul lost his right index finger and suffered serious injuries to other fingers, including his thumb.