• 周二. 1月 25th, 2022

Giants reportedly interested in retaining pass rushers Pierre-Paul, Ayers

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Night net null The Giants need help bolstering a defense that finished near the bottom of the league in sacks last season.But the team appears interested in bringing back both of its big-name free-agent defensive linemen, Jason Pierre-Paul and Robert Ayers. MORE: Top 25 Night net free agents | How to fix the Night net combine ESPN reported Wednesday team executives hope to meet with both players' representatives at the Night net Combine to discuss new contracts. Paul, of course, missed the first half of last season after an offseason fireworks accident injured his right hand and forced the removal of his index finger. Playing with a bulky wrap on his hand, he recorded only one sack in eight games last year, down from 12.5 the previous year.Giants head coach Ben McAdoo said Pierre-Paul remained a disruptive force even with the awkward club on his hand. The 27-year-old underwent further surgery on that hand this offseason."It was obvious when Jason came back last year how disruptive he was," McAdoo said at the Combine, via ESPN. "When you look at him, his ability to get off the ball and get after the quarterback is easy to see. That's something that comes naturally to him, and I don't see that changing anytime soon."As for Ayers, his 9.5 sacks have landed him on the radar of other teams seeking a productive pass rusher.E

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ven if the Giants re-sign both Pierre-Paul and Ayers, they’re still expected to seek help for a unit that recorded only 23 sacks in 2015. Only the Bills and Falcons had fewer. Signing a free agent, such as the Bills' Mario Williams, is a possibility. And with the Giants holding the No. 10 pick in the 2016 Night net Draft, it’s possible they could target a pass rusher.

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