NFL ; Giants Not Planning to Rush Back Pierre-Paul

By Canavan, Tom | Charleston Gazette Mail, October 29, 2015 | Go to article overview

NFL ; Giants Not Planning to Rush Back Pierre-Paul


Canavan, Tom, Charleston Gazette Mail


Wearing white gloves on his hands, the 26-year-old Pierre-Paul did calisthenics with the team Wednesday and then worked with members of the medical staff while the rest of the Giants went through drills with their units. The main question is how long is it going to take Pierre-Paul to be ready to play? His right index finger was amputated, his thumb was injured and his hand sustained burns in the accident.

After the warmup, Pierre-Paul ran some sprints, stretched, talked to equipment manager Joe Skiba, and pushed a sled roughly 10 yards at a pop, all at the far corner of the team's indoor facility on a rainy day.

"How long that lasts is really according to how well he is able to proceed, coach Tom Coughlin said. "He has told me he has worked against bags and he's delivered blows on a board and done all of those things.

The Giants said Pierre-Paul would not be available for comment until today or Friday.

Coughlin said Pierre-Paul looked good. His weight of 268 was on the money. He said the 2010 first-round draft pick was eager to get back to work after missing all of training camp and the first seven games of the season, an absence that cost Pierre-Paul more than $6 million in salary.

The Giants designated Pierre-Paul as their franchise player after last season and tendered him an offer that would have paid him $14.8 million. He didn't sign it, hoping for a long-term deal. The fireworks mishap changed everything.

Pierre-Paul signed a one-year deal Tuesday that has a much lower weekly salary than the $871,000 he was scheduled to make as the franchise player.

There are incentives in the new deal, but first Pierre-Paul has to get back on the field, and that means showing the medical staff he is ready to go. …

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