According to sources, doctors recommended New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to not play again this season due to his shoulder injury, and price per head sportsbooks can see that many fans are not very happy at all.
Another source said that Pierre-Paul will “likely” follow the medical personnel’s advice before the Giant’s practice on Friday, but refused to give specifics.
On Friday, coach Tom Coughlin said that he was not aware if Pierre-Paul was advised against playing again this season.
“He won’t be cleared until the doctors feel that there’s one particular part of the injury that is not going to occur,” Coughlin said. “Until then, and if they do with the [three] remaining games, we’re all in the same boat.”
Price per head sportsbooks saw that on November 10, Pierre-Paul suffered the injury against the Oakland Raiders, but he played in the Giants’ next two games (against the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys). The player was on the field for less than half of the defensive plays against Dallas.
Pierre-Paul was on the sidelines riding an exercise bike during the portion of Thursday’s practice that was open to the media. Then price per head sportsbooks were very hopeful when the player said that his shoulder was “getting better, day by day.”
When he was asked about his status for the game on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks, Pierre-Paul answered, “I don’t know yet.”
Pay per head services saw that Pierre-Paul had a very disappointing season, with only two sacks, and two years removed from ending fourth in the league with 16.5. With 25, the Giants (5-8) are second-to-last in sacks, only behind the Jacksonville Jaguars (23).
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The player missed most of training camp as he was recovering from back surgery. Price per head sportsbooks saw that he returned for Week 1 but was not able to get on track, and in Week 4 he suffered a knee injury against the Kansas City Chiefs. Then in Week 10 he injured his shoulder against the Oakland Raiders. He played through those injuries before sitting out during the past two weeks – the first missed games of his career.