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New York Giants' news, 6/6: Jason Pierre-Paul edition

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Jason Pierre-Paul and his recovery from back surgery is the focus of today's notebook.

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Good morning, New York Giants' fans! Here are your Thursday morning links.

Orthopedic surgeon: 'Very promising' for Pierre-Paul to play in Giants opener
Jason Pierre-Paul certainly has a legitimate shot to play in the Sept. 8 season opener and the odds are overwhelming that, following the back surgery he underwent on Tuesday, he will be able to return to the form that made him one of the NFL’s most feared pass rushers.

These are the opinions of Dr. Andrew Hecht, orthopaedic surgeon and co-director of Spine Surgery and Director of the Spine Center at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.

Jason Pierre-Paul back injury - not Victor Cruz or Hakeem Nicks - is now the NY Giants' main worry - NY Daily News
Victor Cruz is eventually going to sign a contract and Hakeem Nicks will soon show up to work. They may have been the dark clouds over the Giants, but they’re really minor distractions. They’re especially minor when compared to the news about Jason Pierre-Paul.

NY Giants running backs David Wilson, Andre Brown eye successful time-share in Big Blue backfield - NY Daily News
David Wilson will have his usual list of personal goals done by the time the regular season starts, and Andre Brown has already detailed his own list of lofty personal benchmarks. But Wilson and Brown will also share one major goal, too.

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