Jason Pierre-Paul

#90 DL / N.Y. Giants / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 278 lb Age: 27 College: South Florida Bye 11,18,19,20,21

Fantasy Points by Week

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  • FANTASY PTS
Own
44%
Start
28%
DE Rank
NR
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Hand surgery Monday

    Pierre-Paul is undergoing surgery on his right hand Monday, the New York Daily News reports. Pierre-Paul revealed that he would need at least two surgeries to repair his well-documented injured right hand following the regular season, so Monday's procedure appears to be his first operation of this offseason. In doing so, Pierre-Paul may not need to wear a club over his hand in future games. In any case, Pierre-Paul's situation will be interesting to monitor in the coming months, as he's a candidate to receive the Giants' franchise tag again, or become an unrestricted free agent.

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    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Finishes the year with one sack

    Pierre-Paul (hand) finished with just one sack and 26 total tackles in eight games. He also knocked down six passes. Those numbers were compiled in less than a full-time workload, and Pierre-Paul was able to get some pressure on opposing quarterbacks at times. He'll have at least one more surgery this offseason so he has better use of his injured hand (this year he played with it wrapped like a club.) It remains to be seen whether the Giants use the franchise tag on him or let him walk.

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    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Active for Week 17

    Pierre-Paul (ankle) is active for Sunday's matchup with the Eagles. The ankle injury limited Pierre-Paul to just one practice appearance this week, but he has plenty incentive to suit up in Week 17, even though his team has already been eliminated from the playoffs. Per the terms of the one-year contract with the Giants that he signed in late October, he'll get an extra $100,000 for every sack he record, according to The Record's Art Stapleton.

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    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Records a sack

    Pierre-Paul recorded three solo tackles and a sack in Sunday's loss to the Panthers. After going the first five games without a sack, Pierre-Paul finally notched his first of the season on Sunday against the Panthers. He's had a tough time since returning from his hand surgery, and it seems that the club on his hand is making it difficult for him to wrap up. As of now, the 26-year old pass-rusher shouldn't be considered a solid option as an IDP based on his results through six games.

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    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Active for Sunday's game against the Jets

    Pierre-Paul (hand) is active for Sunday's game against the Jets. Pierre-Paul is coming off of a four-tackle performance in Week 12 at Washington, so he might be getting in better game shape after missing the entire first half of the season.

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    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Five QB pressures

    Wearing a big mitt over his damaged right hand, Pierre-Paul registered two tackles and, unofficially, had five quarterback pressures and one quarterback hit, the Newark Star-Ledger reports. Pierre-Paul looked surprisingly quick for his first game back, and the hand didn't seem to cause him too much trouble as he beat blockers and pressured Jameis Winston repeatedly. We'll have a better sense over the next few games whether he can be the player he was before the injury, but Week 9 was about as good a start as one could have hoped for.

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    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Will play Sunday

    Pierre-Paul (hand) is active for Sunday's game against the Buccanears,NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports. This move shouldn't come as much of a surprise considering the Giants seemed pleasantly surprised with his health and conditioning. The real test will come, however, when Pierre-Paul takes the field. He will likely be on some sort of pitch count, but it remains to be seen how much the Giants will use their star pass-rusher considering he's missed the previous eight games.

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    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Will have status decided Saturday

    The Giants will decide Saturday whether Pierre-Paul (hand) will return for Sunday's game in Tampa Bay, the team's official website reports. Pierre-Paul has been a full participant in practice throughout the week, seemingly putting him on track for a long-awaited return. He may eventually re-establish himself as a useful IDP, but he'll likely start off on a limited snap count, assuming he does in fact suit up. The final decision will be made by the Giants' medical staff.

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    Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul: Increasing practice workload

    Pierre-Paul (hand) has increased his workload in practice, the New York Daily News reports. On Wednesday, head coach Tom Coughlin stated, "He'll practice today, he'll practice tomorrow. He'll get a good amount of reps and we'll take it from there." Upon signing an incentive-laden contract last Tuesday, Pierre-Paul's activity level has progressed rapidly. On Wednesday, he ran and pushed a sled on his own, but advanced to individuals just one day later. By Saturday, he was in full pads, which has been status quo for him in the interim. Considering where he stands, he's of the belief that he'll play Sunday at Tampa Bay, but even he admitted to Jordan Raanan of NJ.com that "it's up to the medical staff." In order to suit up, he must be added to the 53-man roster, but his pass-rushing chops will be helpful for a unit that has managed an NFL-worst nine sacks this season.

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    Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul might travel with team this weekend

    Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul (hand) could travel with the Giants to New Orleans for the Week 8 game against the Saints, per Kimberly Jones of NFL.com. Tom Coughlin wants Pierre-Paul to be "in [an] environment of competitiveness." Typically, Coughlin doesn't allow injured players to join the team on the road, but he appears to be considering an exception to the rule. Coughlin relayed that Pierre-Paul will initially be allowed to take part in the "jog-through" portion of practice, but when individual and team drills commence, he'll work on the side. His season debut remains to be determined.

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