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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10/05/17 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul (shoulder/knee), said he has had a sprained shoulder "for a while." Although he didn't practice Thursday, Pierre-Paul said he planned to play Sunday.
10/04/17 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul (knee/shoulder) was not present at practice Wednesday during the open part of practice and did not practice Wednesday.
Pierre-Paul is a surprise addition to the injury report this week after making it through last week's game with apparently no issues.
09/18/17 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul had a strip-sack on Matthew Stafford that gave the Giants the ball. But on the ensuing possession, the Giants gave the ball right back to the Lions on a turnover.
03/17/17 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul signed a four-year contract with the Giants worth a reported $62 million with $40 million guaranteed.
The Giants used the non-exclusive franchise tag on Pierre-Paul last month for a one-year contract worth $16,934,000. The new deal for the 28-year-old pass rusher also includes a $20 million signing bonus.
02/27/17 - DE Jason Pierre-Paul had the non-exclusive franchise tag placed on him by the Giants. The move, first reported by Pro Football Talk, will guarantee Pierre-Paul a one-year salary that is projected to be just under $17 million if the two sides fail to reach a long-term deal. Doug Hendrickson, Pierre-Paul's agent, told the New York Post on Monday that the sides are "nowhere" near reaching a deal, prompting the Giants to slap the tag on the pass-rushing end before Wednesday's 4 p.m. deadline.