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Coral Springs PD: Jason Pierre-Paul incident outside jurisdiction (2:08)
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Cops drop JPP investigation due to jurisdiction

Police in Coral Springs, Florida, are no longer investigating Jason Pierre-Paul after determining that the fireworks incident involving the defensive end did not take place in their jurisdiction.

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Police end probe into JPP incident

After investigating Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul's fireworks accident, the Coral Springs (Fla.) Police Department has determined the incident did not take place in their jurisdiction and have dropped the probe. It's still possible another police jurisdiction launches an investigation.

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Future is bright for Giants' defense

Led by rookie safety Landon Collins, the Giants' defense should get a serious influx of youth this season, particularly in the defensive backfield. While youngsters may take time to develop, Big Blue's D has a promising core moving forward. Schatz: Defenses with future in mind (Insider)

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Schefter: 'A lot of concern' for JPP

Adam Schefter says both the Giants and Jason Pierre-Paul's camp are being eerily quiet about the DE's prognosis: "The Giants are trying ... to ascertain exactly how bad the damage to his hands actually is."

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Schefter: 'A lot of concern' for JPP

Adam Schefter says both the Giants and Jason Pierre-Paul's camp are being eerily quiet about the DE's prognosis: "The Giants are trying ... to ascertain exactly how bad the damage to his hands actually is."

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Giants concerned Pierre-Paul could miss start of season (0:53)
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Giants work on defense in the offseason

Todd Archer asks if the New York Giants made enough moves on defense to catch the Cowboys. Can the return of defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo turn the defense around? NFC East Roundtable

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Jason Pierre-Paul still in hospital

The Giants' DE remains in a Florida hospital following a Fourth of July fireworks accident, according to ESPN & media reports. The injuries to his hands and fingers are not expected to be career-threatening. Story

ICYMI: Pierre-Paul in fireworks mishap

New York Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul injured his hands in a fireworks accident in South Florida, sources told ESPN on Sunday.

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Giants pleased with Pierre-Paul's initial prognosis (1:50)
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Odell Beckham Jr. poses for Body Issue

"It's unfortunate, in a way, to be known only for The Catch. There were so many other things I did during the season; it's hard for me to distinguish myself because of that catch. I know that I'm more than that. But, at least people know you, you know what I mean?" Bodies we want

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Pierre-Paul injury reportedly not serious

Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul injured his hands in a fireworks accident in South Florida, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. A source tells ESPN that Pierre-Paul has bad burns on his palm and tips of three fingers. One finger is being checked for nerve damage, but the source said it is believed Pierre-Paul will be fine.

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Jason Pierre-Paul injured in fireworks accident (2:36)
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Jason Pierre-Paul injured by fireworks

The Giants DE injured his hands in a fireworks accident, according to ESPN sources and multiple reports. The extent of his injury is unknown, and he's still meeting with doctors.

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Odell Beckham Jr. poses without pads

You may be surprised to know that the Giants WR gets his body from his mother. He said, "She was a six-time All-American [in track]. I have her exact body structure from head to toe -- her wrists, arms, everything. I pretty much look like an identical twin of my mom." ESPN The Mag Q&A

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