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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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.
07/26/14 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul said over the offseason that he's in the best shape of his life, and defensive line coach Robert Nunn has been impressed with what he has seen from JPP.
"I don't see any limitations," Nunn said. "I don't know about what percentage he's at -- that's hard for me to calculate. But I see nothing that shows any kind of limitations. He really came in in good shape, good condition, good frame of mind, and is off to a really good start."
Pierre-Paul and Mathias Kiwanuka have been thrust into leadership roles following the departure of Justin Tuck, the venerable veteran who signed with the Oakland Raiders.
"There was (a void) when we lost Osi (Umenyiora last offseason)," Nunn said. "When we lose those guys, you hate it, but that's part of the business and you just have to move on and other people take those roles. We have a healthy situation in the room. Now all we have to do is get out there and perform."