According to reports, defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul is expected to return to the New York Giants Tuesday.
One of them centers around when wide receiver Victor Cruz will hit the field – after a calf injury has forced him to miss all five games this season.
The other question revolves around defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul’s return from a fireworks accident that caused the amputation of his index finger and some of his thumb.
Well, we might have just answered one of those questions.
.@JayGlazer reports Giants “are expecting” JPP to show up this Tuesday.
— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) October 18, 2015
According to Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer, the 26-year-old defensive end is set to return to the team Tuesday.
Expectations of his return to the football field are unknown as of right now, but his appearance at team headquarters is some sort of progress.
The Giants currently are tied for 27th in the league with seven sacks on the season. At this point, we still don’t know the condition of Pierre-Paul’s injury and what his impact would be on the field, but hey, his presence sure can’t hurt, right?