Newsday "The Giants remain cautiously optimistic that defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who severely injured his right hand in a July 4 fireworks accident, can return before the end of the season, possibly for the final four games or even longer, according to a league source familiar with the team's..." October 06
New York Daily News "The Bills were on the Giants’ goal line early in the fourth quarter with four chances to climb back into the game. But seven players on the Giant defense made plays to get in their way. It was an impressive, game-saving goal-line stand, but it was really more than that for the Giants. It was a..." October 05
New York Daily News "First he blew off his hand. Now he's blown off his first scheduled public appearance in the Big Apple. On Tuesday night, Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was scheduled to attend the Harboring Hearts Benefit event in Manhattan, his first appearance in New York since his clandestine..." September 30
Sportsnaut "There is a difference of opinion between Jason Pierre-Paul and the New York Giants about whether or not the pass-rusher is fit enough to play football — a rift that could cause the player to file a grievance against the team. Pierre-Paul’s doctor has signed off on his ability to play, but the..." September 21
NFL.com "With no more surgically procedures needed on his hand, New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul's sole focus is to heal and to ramp up his conditioning so he can get on the field as soon as possible. Still, he might have to wait until an independent doctor makes a decision on his..." September 20
The Score "Jason Pierre-Paul has been out of sight in the two months since a Fourth of July fireworks accident saw him lose both an index finger and a portion of the thumb on his right hand. Pierre-Paul's official return to the New York Giants was further delayed when he and the team disagreed over his..." September 18
The Score "Jason Pierre-Paul appears quite confident that he'll be the same productive player when he makes his eventual return to the field. The New York Giants defensive end, who had his index finger amputated after a Fourth of July fireworks incident, took to Twitter to downplay the potential impact of..." September 17
ESPN New York "Jason Pierre-Paul had a repair procedure performed on his right middle finger three days before the New York Giants examined his hand last week, and the condition of that finger and the fact that the defensive end also is missing the tip of his thumb and his entire index finger led to some..." September 15
ABC News "The New York Giants feel the damage to Jason Pierre-Paul's right hand was worse than they were led to believe, sources said, and after the team got a chance to examine him last week, there are people in the organization who fear he might not be able to return to the field at all this year. One..." September 13
New York Post "Jason Pierre-Paul came, he showed his hand and he left. “Keep going right where we are,’’ Tom Coughlin said Wednesday. “Nothing’s changed.’’ No change means Pierre-Paul is not part of this Giants team, at least not now. He wasn’t part of the team in the spring, when he stayed away and left..." September 09
New York Post "It is no wonder Jason Pierre-Paul’s confidants made sure the Giants did not get to examine, or even sneak a peek at, his mangled right hand, shrouding the July 4 fireworks accident in mystery for more than two months. When they finally got a long, hard look, the Giants came to this..." September 09
Sources: Giants were encouraged by Monday's meeting with Pierre-Paul. Next step is contract discussion w/agent, possibly today.
I think it’s extremely unlikely Pierre-Paul plays Sunday, though my understanding is that he thinks he can. http://t.co/bm6EvsFk11
The #Giants and Jason Pierre-Paul are planning to reunite today, sources say. He’s scheduled to fly in and take an all-important physical.
ESPN New York "Jason Pierre-Paul plans to return to the New York Giants on Monday, when the star pass-rusher will meet with the team and take a physical, according to a report by the NFL Network. Pierre-Paul has stayed away from the Giants for the entire offseason, during which time he and the team have been..." September 07
Jason Pierre Paul plans to return to Giants next week, per @DanGrazianoESPN. Giants will examine hand and determine when he can play.
NFL.com "As the season opener draws closer, the Giants are still mostly in the dark about the status and recovery of star pass-rusher Jason Pierre-Paul. That picture will become clearer soon. According to three sources informed of his recovery, JPP's rehab is "progressing very well." It has been about a..." August 24
New York Daily News "Jason Pierre-Paul couldn’t dodge the Daily News all by himself Sunday. He needed an extra hand. The beleaguered Giants defensive end, whose finger was reportedly amputated after a July 4 fireworks accident, tried to fool a Daily News reporter at a charity event in Sunrise, Fla. by sending..." August 24
CBS Sports "Make a grammatical mistake on Twitter and you will hear about it. The more followers you have, the greater the number of times you'll be informed about your mistake. Triple that number if you're a famous person who recently blew a finger off with fireworks. At least Giants defensive end Jason..." August 23
ESPN New York "Wednesday marks six weeks since New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul had surgery to amputate his right index finger and repair fractures in his right thumb. At the time of that surgery, people with knowledge of the situation estimated that Pierre-Paul's hand would need six weeks to..." August 19
New York Daily News "Jason Pierre-Paul may have finally spoken to Giants coach Tom Coughlin, but he still has a few more phone calls to make. One of them apparently needs to go to one of the men that pays him, after Giants co-owner Steve Tisch revealed his frustrations on Sunday about his attempts to reach JPP. He..." August 11
New York Post "After being grilled about his exchange of text messages with Jason Pierre-Paul, defensive line coach Robert Nunn was asked recently if the Giants would be better against the run in 2015 than in 2014, when they ranked 30th in the league. There has been plenty of talk about the Giants’ pass rush..." August 09
NFL.com "New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin said Saturday he finally spoke to star defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. The two had a "good conversation" on Friday according to Coughlin, who also said Pierre-Paul wouldn't return to the team until he's healthy enough to get on the field. "He's looking..." August 09
ESPN New York "The New York Giants still don't know when injured defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul will be back in their building, but at least he's been more communicative with them lately. Giants coach Tom Coughlin said he spoke with Pierre-Paul on Friday for the first time since the July 4 fireworks accident..." August 09
Newark Star-Ledger "Everything has been rather quiet on the Jason Pierre-Paul front at Giants training camp this week. All that has unfolded over the past few days is that Giants general manager Jerry Reese said he finally talked to the injured defensive end. But Reese wouldn't elaborate on their conversation,..." August 07
Pro Football Talk "There’s still no word on when Jason Pierre-Paul will sign his one-year contract with the Giants, and no word on whether he’ll be healthy enough to play when he does. But the two sides are at least talking. The Giants had no contact at all with Pierre-Paul from his Fourth of July fireworks..." August 04
Source says despite convo with @Giants GM Jerry Reese that nothing has changed with JPP. Won't sign tender/report until can pass physical
Giants prez John Mara said on @BoomerandCarton GM Jerry Reese spoke to Jason Pierre-Paul yesterday. So some more cooperation from JPP now.
The Score "General manager Jerry Reese says the New York defense is going to surprise people this season, even without injured star defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul. Speaking to reporters for the first time since players reported, Reese refused to say much Sunday about Pierre-Paul, whose status for the..." August 02
John Mara on how Giants will prepare without Jason Pierre-Paul: "I think we have to plan on being without him."
ESPN New York "Jason Pierre-Paul is getting his own medical care and rehab near his home in South Florida after the July 4 fireworks accident that cost him his right index finger, a source told ESPN, and at this point has no timetable for returning to the Giants. The source emphasized that Pierre-Paul expects..." July 30
New York Post "John Mara has “no idea’’ when Jason Pierre-Paul will report to training camp. Mara acknowledged it was “very disappointing to him’’ that Pierre-Paul refused to see two team officials who traveled down to Florida to check on his physical condition, and revealed no one from the organization has even..." July 29
New York Daily News "Justin Tuck spent four seasons with the Giants watching Jason Pierre-Paul blossom, watching the defensive end develop into a fearsome pass-rushing force. And Tuck, who joined the Raiders last season, doesn't believe Pierre-Paul's stunning offseason injury will change that trajectory this..." July 21
ESPN New York "The New York Giants have not had success reaching defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul since he lost his right index finger in a July 4 fireworks accident. But former Giant Justin Tuck, who is now with the Oakland Raiders but remains close with Pierre-Paul, told reporters at a charity event in Newark,..." July 20
New York Post "And then there was Jason Pierre-Paul. The Giants defensive end was the only NFL player with a franchise-player tag who failed to work out a long-term deal with his current club by Wednesday’s deadline — an entirely predictable development in the wake of Pierre-Paul’s recent fireworks..." July 16
After all that, only Jason Pierre-Paul will play on the franchise tag this season, officially.
New York Daily News "At least one joke from comedian and ESPYs host Joel McHale in Wednesday night's opening monologue was explosive. McHale began one of his barbs by saying Giants' Jason Pierre-Paul was in attendance at the awards ceremony in Los Angeles. The camera then cut to a shot of nothing but a fake index..." July 15
Giants still just trying to gather info on the health of JPP. Nowhere close to being in position to negotiate a long-term deal by 4pm...
Jackson Memorial Hospital operator said today Jason Pierre-Paul "is no longer here." A source confirms that he has been discharged.
Sportsnaut "Jason Pierre-Paul has taken the first of many big steps towards recovery. The New York Giants defensive end has been discharged from Jackson Memorial Hospital after having his right index finger amputated due to an unfortunate fireworks accident on the 4th of July. The news was first..." July 14
Big Blue View "Last week, ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter tweeted out medical charts obtained by his employer that showed Pierre-Paul had his right index finger amputated during one of multiple hand surgeries. He spoke to Sports Illustrated about the incident in The Noise Report and defended his controversial..." July 13
Fox Sports "Jason Pierre-Paul won't be getting a prosthetic finger to help him return to football. That's still the stuff of science fiction, according to doctors contacted by the New York Post. The New York Giants defensive lineman apparently is still recovering at a Miami hospital after a July 4..." July 13
Pro Football Talk "Optimism abounds regarding the ability of Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to return from a fireworks injury that resulted in the amputation of his right index finger. But with multiple fractures in his right thumb, the process will be unusual and complicated. Sunday Night Football Sports..." July 12
Pro Football Talk "In the aftermath of Jason Pierre-Paul’s fireworks injury, we explained that his best move would be to wait to sign his franchise tender until he’s cleared to play. On Friday, ESPN reported that Pierre-Paul indeed intends to do just that. It’s Pierre-Paul’s best move because, if he signs the..." July 11
Newark Star-Ledger "David Diehl, the former longtime Giants offensive lineman, certainly wants the best for defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, as he recovers from injuries sustained in a July 4 fireworks accident. But Diehl also questioned Pierre-Paul's maturity during a recent appearance on SiriusXM NFL Radio...." July 11
ESPN New York "New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is unlikely to sign his $14.81 million franchise tender until he's confident he can pass the team's physical, league sources told ESPN on Friday. If Pierre-Paul, who had his right index finger amputated Wednesday as a result of a fireworks..." July 11
Source says JPP won't sign franchise tender until confident he can pass physical to prevent #Giants from putting on NFI, having full control
Newark Star-Ledger "After all that has transpired since the Fourth of July weekend fireworks accident that cost Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul his right index finger, he remains a valuable commodity. The Giants fully intend to have Pierre-Paul on their roster for the 2015 season, a person with knowledge of..." July 10
Pro Football Talk "Plenty of people have concerns about ESPN’s decision to publish an image of Jason Pierre-Paul’s medical records. ESPN claims it has no such concerns. “HIPAA does not apply to news organizations,” ESPN said in a statement issued Wednesday night, via CNN. Regardless of whether the federal law..." July 09
In addition to right index finger amputation as @AdamSchefter reported, I'm told JPP has right thumb fractures. Should heal in 6 weeks