Jason Pierre-Paul Reportedly Re-Signs with Giants on 1-Year Deal

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Jason Pierre-Paul Reportedly Re-Signs with Giants on 1-Year Deal
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New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was a free agent but will stay with the Giants for at least one more year.

Continue for updates.

Giants Reportedly Agree to Deal With Pierre-Paul

Tuesday, March 8

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that Pierre-Paul and the Giants have agreed to a one-year deal. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that the deal will be worth $10.5 million.

Pierre-Paul Not Franchise-Tagged

Tuesday, March 1

Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News reported that Pierre-Paul did not receive a franchise tag from the Giants before the deadline and "seems set to hit the free-agent market next week."

Pierre-Paul Still Provides Value on D-Line

There's reason to believe that Pierre-Paul's blend of speed and strength (6'5", 278 lbs) can still be valuable despite permanent issues with his right hand.

He only played in eight games last season and provided one sack. If he can play 2016 with an entire year under his belt, he could contribute at least some of the production he provided in the first five years of his career with New York. 

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