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Why 2016 will be a career-defining season for Jason Pierre-Paul

By James Kratch | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

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Pierre-Paul has come a long, remarkable way over the last 366 days. When he severely damaged his right hand a year ago, he became the butt of jokes and national ridicule, losing his index finger and millions of dollars as the possibility his relationship with the Giants was broken beyond repair seemed very real. 

But after a nearly four-month separation, Pierre-Paul returned and signed a pro-rated contract in late October. He's hit pretty much every note ever since, playing his heart out on the field and becoming a leader off it, embracing his role model status to assist fellow burn victims and help educate others about the dangers of fireworks, and positioning himself as a realistic candidate for a team captaincy this fall, any issues he once had with the organization having washed away. 

 

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