Free Agency 2016

Report: Giants Agree To One-Year Deal With Jason Pierre-Paul

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According to an NFL Media Report, the New York Giants have agreed to a one-year deal with defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.

It was unexpected that JPP and the Giants would come to terms, but the former first-round pick reportedly turned down more money on a longer term deal from other interested parties.

JPP will try to have a big “prove-it year” and then capitalize on the open market.

Of course that was supposed to be the plan last year, but the big defensive end blew off his finger and part of his hand in a July 4th fireworks incident.

If Pierre-Paul does indeed have a big season, the New York Giants could franchise him again while they try to work out a deal.

This doesn’t necessarily mean the Giants are out of the free agent defensive end market, as Miami’s Olivier Vernon could be a nice complement.


About Charlie Bernstein

Charlie Bernstein

Charlie Bernstein is the managing football editor for Football Insiders and has covered the NFL for over a decade.  Charlie has hosted drive time radio for NBC and ESPN affiliates in different markets around the country, along with being an NFL correspondent for ESPN Radio and WFAN.  He has been featured on the NFL Network as well as Sirius/XM NFL Radio and has been published on Fox Sports, Sports Illustrated, ESPN as well as numerous other publications.