It’s now unknown if Jason Pierre-Paul will get the opportunity to sign his franchise tender, but what we do know via NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is the long-term offer from the Giants has been pulled by the New York Giants.

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The New York Giants are withdrawing their $60 million long-term contract offer to Jason Pierre-Paul following the star pass rusher’s fireworks incident over the weekend, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday, per three sources informed of the situation.

JPP suffered a hand injury Saturday night while attempting to light fireworks. He required hospitalization. Rapoport reported JPP’s hand will be intact, and as of Sunday night, doctors were still examining for nerve damage and other issues related to the incident.

It appears Giants brass are contemplating walking away from Pierre-Paul, franchise tag or not. JPP will now play on the $14 million franchise tag.

By Glenn Erby


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