Fansided "The New York football Giants are fighting to stay alive in the NFC East as they are in second place behind both the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles. This Sunday they’re going up against a San Diego Chargers offense that can take secondaries apart with their passing game led by starting..." December 06
New York Post "The rest of Jason Pierre-Paul’s season appears to be up in the air after the Giants declared him out for Sunday night’s visit to the Redskins. Pierre-Paul (shoulder) was one of the four players the Giants said Friday would not make the trip to Washington, joining running back Brandon Jacobs..." November 30
The Giants have ruled DE Jason Pierre-Paul and RB Brandon Jacobs out of Sunday night's game.
New York Post "Jason Pierre-Paul’s status for the Giants’ game Sunday against the Packers at MetLife Stadium is up in the air despite his participation in practice on Friday. The defensive end, who suffered an undisclosed left shoulder injury in last Sunday’s victory over the Raiders, was limited but did take..." November 16
JPP and Brandon Jacobs will not practice today #Giants
New York Post "Jason Pierre-Paul came into Sunday’s game saying this was the most healthy he has been all season. He did not have the breakout performance he might have envisioned, but he showed some signs of the menacing JPP in the Giants’ 24-20 victory over the Raiders. “This is the best I’ve felt, coming..." November 11
JPP has a shoulder injury, return is questionable. #nyg
Newark Star-Ledger "It’s inarguable at this point. The Giants pass rush was insufficient in the first half of the season. No team had fewer sacks through eight games than the New York Football Giants, who took down opposing quarterbacks 10 times in eight games. Just how bad is that? Twenty-one of the 32 teams had..." November 08
New York Daily News "The Giants' most feared defensive player is finally ready to be feared again. On Wednesday afternoon, after a practice session that he called his “best” of the season, Jason Pierre-Paul wanted everyone to know that. So before anyone could even ask about it, he proclaimed that he felt “great”..." November 07
Newark Star-Ledger "Jason Pierre-Paul has come to terms with almost everything involved in the rehabilitation process. He admitted Thursday that he won’t be 100 percent healthy until next season – he says his surgically repaired back is about 75 percent now – and he knows his coaches weren’t expecting “Super Man”..." October 25
Pro Football Talk "On Wednesday Giants coach Tom Coughlin said what everyone who has watched his offense play this season has been thinking when he said that wide receiver Hakeem Nicks‘ play hasn’t been good enough. Thursday brought another admission about an underperforming player that the team was counting on..." October 24
Pro Football Talk "Officially he’s questionable. Unofficially he’s very questionable. But Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul could still play on Sunday night against the Cowboys roughly 12 weeks removed from back surgery. Per a source with knowledge of the situation it’s truly a game-time decision with..." September 08
Victor Cruz and Jason Pierre-Paul will practice today. "They are full speed ahead" Tom Coughlin said.
Coughlin still has some concerns about JPP's conditioning. Sounds like Cruz is much more likely for the opener than JPP.
Rotoworld "After once looking like a question mark for Week 1 JPP is now on pace for the opener. He resumed running last week after an "outstanding" week of rehab and has 13 more days to get healthy for the Giants' Sunday night opener in Dallas. Perhaps he'll be on a snap count but we expect JPP to suit up..." August 26
New York Daily News "He still won't commit to playing in the season opener in Dallas and he says he's not even sure how much his surgically repaired back can take in practice. Jason Pierre-Paul can only tell you this much: He's ready to hit the field. And on Monday he took his biggest step towards a return to..." August 26
Big Blue View "Entering the season the New York Giants defense is certainly the unit under the most scrutiny. So with speculation two of its most proven stars may miss the start of the season a sense of urgency may already be kicking in. According to veteran defensive lineman Justin Tuck both Jason..." August 14
Newark Star-Ledger "Jason Pierre-Paul understands the expectations laid out for him. The back surgery which took place on June 4 carried a 12-week recovery timetable. Theoretically he should be ready for the start of the season. His general manager Jerry Reese said that the team was hopeful Pierre-Paul could go..." August 07
RT @RVacchianoNYDN: Reese also said the Giants expect Jason Pierre-Paul back for the opener ...Giants have always been optimistic about that
New York Post "Training camp has started for the Giants but not for Jason Pierre-Paul who is here in body but not so much in spirit. “Honestly I don’t feel a part of the team now with them being out there and doing all the work they are doing’’ Pierre-Paul said yesterday. “I will be on the sideline through it..." July 28
New York Post "The decision had already been made, well before the surprising news Jason Pierre-Paul required surgery to quiet down a herniated disc in his lower back. The plan was for Mathias Kiwanuka to move from linebacker back to his familiar and natural defensive end spot, a move that now takes on greater..." June 07
New York Post "Anxious Giants fans worrying if star defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul will return from back surgery in time to play in the Sept. 8 regular-season opener are sweating out another uncertainty: Will the player they’ve come to know as JPP regain his stature as one of the NFL’s most feared defensive..." June 06
New York Daily News "Victor Cruz is eventually going to sign a contract and Hakeem Nicks will soon show up to work, no matter how worrisome those situations may seem. They may have been the dark clouds over the Giants the last few weeks, but they’re really nothing but minor distractions. They’re especially minor when..." June 05
Newark Star-Ledger "Giants have announced that Pierre-Paul had a herniated disc in his lower back repaired and will be out 12 weeks. Jason Pierre-Paul, the 24-year-old Giants defensive end, is in Los Angeles to undergo back surgery this morning, The Star-Ledger has confirmed. Pierre-Paul is expected to recover..." June 04
Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul is undergoing back surgery this morning in LA with Dr. Watkins. Belief is he should be ready for September.
New York Post "Jason Pierre-Paul has been with the Giants for three seasons and won a Super Bowl in one of them. But he says he’s tired of what he perceives as far too much inconsistency. “We can’t BS around this year,’’ Pierre-Paul said last night at a charity dinner at Umberto’s of New Hyde Park. “The..." April 17