• Giants: Back Surgery Will Sideline JPP Approximately 12 Weeks

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Jun 6, 2013
    The surgery is expected to sideline JPP for at least 12 weeks. JPP is making sure his health is no longer one of them. Q:  Regarding JPP, where is he now? A:  Still in California. On Thursday at the Giants voluntary OTA, head coach Tom Coughlin was asked if JPP could return by the first game of the season. He will be out of action for approximately three months, which makes his scheduled return around the first week of September. Surgery is completed and he will do the best job he can in rehab.” Pierre-Paul, the Giants’ 24-year-old pass rushing sensation, underwent surgery on Tuesday morning to repair a herniated disc in his back surgery that could mean he’ll miss the start of the regular season.
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