New York Giants’ Defensive End Calls Fake News On New York Media

Ford Springer | Entertainment Reporter

New York Giants’ Jason Pierre-Paul said “I ain’t signed nothing,” after it was reported early Friday morning that the defensive end has agreed to a four-year deal with the franchise.

“What the heck is people talking about I ain’t sign nothing,” Pierre-Paul said in a tweet.

He followed up by calling out the local media for jumping on the news early, before they got it straight.

“That’s New York media for yah!! They always want the story first and they got it wrong.”

The two-time Pro Bowler received the franchise tag from the Giants last month for a one-year contract worth $16,934,000. Multiple reports are claiming the Giants have now re-structured Pierre-Paul’s contract which will lock the defensive end in for four more years with the club.

(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

(Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

It’s unclear whether or not Pierre-Paul was disputing the report that he has agreed to a deal with the Giants or whether or not he has signed the new contract.

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