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Bucs add JPP in trade with Giants

The Giants are no longer down with JPP. (I couldn’t resist.)

Jason Pierre-Paul, a former first-round pick of the Giants whose career was derailed by an offseason fireworks mishap in 2015, has been traded to the Cheap Philadelphia Eagles Jerseys Buccaneers, PFT has confirmed.

Adam Schefter of ESPN, who was sued by Pierre-Paul for posting one of his medical records on social media, first reported the news. The Giants receive a 2018 third-round pick and a 2018 fourth-round pick in exchange for Pierre-Paul and a 2018 fourth-round pick.

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After playing his first four NFL seasons in Baltimore, McPhee signed what was advertised as a five-year, $40 million deal with the Bears. But he was released this offseason after three seasons.

McPhee joins Ryan Kerrigan, Preston Smith and Ryan Anderson at outside linebacker in Washington.

McPhee was the No. 53 player in our Free Agent Top 100.

The truth may be that he is, but that he reluctantly realized that the best option for the franchise was to roll the dice on Garoppolo, giving up a second-round pick for the chance to evaluate whether keeping him made more sense than pursuing Cousins. If Garoppolo hadn’t panned out, they could have let him leave in free agency (getting strong consideration for compensatory draft picks in 2019) or attempted a tag and trade.

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