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Pierre-Paul had six solo stops and two sacks against the Cowboys Sunday.

Pierre-Paul is finally healthy after two mediocre seasons and is a force against both the run and pass this year.

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Pierre-Paul had a strong game against the Cardinals with four total tackles and 1.5 sacks.

Injuries have slowed him the last two years, but if he can stay healthy, Pierre-Paul has huge upside as an IDP defensive lineman.

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Pierre-Paul (neck) is active for Sunday's contest versus the Cardinals, Pat Hanlon of the Giants' official site reports.

In Monday's season-opening loss in Detroit, Pierre-Paul left the field for a time due to what was termed a "stinger" but eventually returned to action, finishing the game with four tackles (two solo). He's searching for his first sack since Week 10 of last season, but with the somewhat immobile Carson Palmer (shoulder) inactive, his replacement, Drew Stanton, may prove more difficult to bring down.

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Pierre-Paul (neck) is probable for Sunday's game against Arizona.

Pierre-Paul was given what was basically a rest day Friday, so his availability for Sunday isn't in question. He still has plenty to prove coming off a two-sack 2013 season, though.

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Pierre-Paul (neck) isn't listed on the Giants' injury report Wednesday, the team's official site reports. After practice, he told Dan Graziano of ESPN New York that he had no limitations in drills and will "be out there...full go" Sunday against the Cardinals.

After suffering a "stinger" Monday, Pierre-Paul was expected to be limited in practice heading into Sunday's game against the Cardinals. However, he was able to go without a cap in his workload Wednesday, which all but clears him for Week 2. Friday's injury report should ultimately clarify his status.

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Pierre-Paul (neck) will be listed as limited during practice this week, The Record reports.

Pierre-Paul suffered a "stinger" during Monday night's Week 1 loss, but x-rays fortunately didn't show any damage to his neck. To play it safe with their prized defensive end, the Giants will monitor Pierre-Paul's involvement during practice this week, but he should be fine to play versus the Cardinals come Sunday.

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Pierre-Paul stated after Monday's game that he suffered a "stinger," Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.

Pierre-Paul left Monday's game in the first quarter to get X-rays, and after the results came back negative, he was able to return to action. It sounds as if the injury was minor, which likely means his status for next week won't be affected.

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Pierre-Paul (neck) returned to Monday's game at Detroit early in the second quarter, Dan Graziano of ESPN New York reports.

After appearing to injure his upper body, specifically his neck, Pierre-Paul walked off the field slowly and was carted to the locker room in order to undergo X-rays. They were returned negative, though, and he soon was assuming his normal spot at right defensive end.

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Pierre-Paul had X-rays performed on his neck injury, which were returned negative, according to the ESPN broadcast. His return is questionable to Monday's game in Detroit.

Pierre-Paul previously dealt with a neck injury in November of 2011 but was nonetheless able to take the field without issue. However, the ailment occurred before an underwhelming campaign two years ago and an injury-shortened 2013, which makes the current iteration a bit more concerning.

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Pierre-Paul left Monday's game against the Lions in the first quarter with what may have been a neck injury.

While Pierre-Paul was carted off, the ESPN broadcast mentioned it was just used to make things easier in getting Pierre-Paul to the locker room and he could have walked if he wanted. We'll see if it is indeed a neck issue. Pierre-Paul has had issues in that area before, though that was three seasons ago.