Jason Pierre-Paul

Giants Kicker Josh Brown Flies Under The RadarThe New York Giants were understandably excited about the return of Jason Pierre-Paul, but did the results equal the hype? Also, the G-men lost Johnathan Hankins for the season with a torn pectoral muscle this week. How much will Big Blue miss Big Hank?
Offense Is Carrying This Year's New York Giants TeamA franchise known for its strong defense has flipped the script this season. The New York Giants are putting up big numbers on the scoreboard and could give the New England Patriots a run for their money come Sunday.
Team Grades: Steady Giants Drop Bucs 32-18The New York Giants (5-4) shrugged off last week's debacle against the New Orleans Saints by playing 60 minutes of mostly steady football.
Giants Beat Bucs
Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul To Make Season Debut Vs Bucs
J.P.P. Decision Expected Saturday
Giants Stand Pat At Trade Deadline, Add Two To Practice SquadThe chatter about the ineptitude of the New York Giants' defense did not lead to a trade at the 4 p.m. deadline on Tuesday.
Injury Report: Giants Getting Healthier At The Right TimeThe news on the injury front was mostly positive, as both Rueben Randle and Odell Beckham were not even listed. Linebacker Uani 'Unga returned to practice this week and should be able to play on Sunday. Geoff Schwartz will likely be on the field at the Superdome after being listed as probable, but linebacker J.T. Thomas is out with an ankle injury.
Giants' Justin Pugh Has No Beef, JPP Back In BlueThe Jason Pierre-Paul saga is finally coming to a happy conclusion, as the defensive linemen signed a contract with the team on Tuesday.
Pierre-Paul Returns To Giants
Giants' Distractions Still Plague Coughlin, PlayersMaybe Sunday night's loss to the Dallas Cowboys will be rock bottom for the New York Giants. But the hangover effect of the crushing 27-26 loss in Dallas lingered into the new work week, largely fueled by comments made by running back Rashad Jennings.
Injury Report: Beason, Cruz Out For New York Giants Against Dallas CowboysThe New York Football Giants turned over a good portion of the roster in order to try to return to the playoffs for the first time since 2011. As the team heads to Dallas for a prime time contest against the always tough Cowboys, two of the remaining veterans, Victor Cruz and Jon Beason, will not suit up in Big D.
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