|12||@Falcons||L 15 - 24||1||1||2||1||0||0||0||0|
|2010||New York Giants||16||0||24||6||30||16||4.5||0||6||2|
|2011||New York Giants||16||12||65||21||86||48||16.5||1||7||2|
|2012||New York Giants||16||15||43||23||66||28||6.5||0||5||1||28||28||28||1||1|
|2013||New York Giants||11||6||20||7||27||17||2||0||4||1||24||24||24||1||0|
|2014||New York Giants||16||16||54||23||77||43||12.5||0||6||3||1|
|2015||New York Giants||8||8||21||5||26||12||1||0||6||0||2|
|2016||New York Giants||12||12||35||18||53||24||7||0||8||3||1|
|2017||New York Giants||16||16||48||20||68||34||8.5||0||5||2|
|2018||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||16||16||48||10||58||39||12.5||0||2||1||1|
|2019||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||10||8||24||3||27||24||8.5||0||2||2|
|2020||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||16||16||34||21||55||32||9.5||0||6||2||15||7.5||15||0||4||2|
|2021||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||12||12||20||11||31||19||2.5||0||4||1|
|2023||New Orleans Saints||1||0||1||1||2||1||0||0||0||0|
NFL CAREER – Originally selected by the New York Giants in the first round (15th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft out of South Florida, this versatile defender contributed three sacks and one interception to a unit that was tied for ninth in the NFL in opponent net yards per game for the Baltimore Ravens in 2022. The Deerfield Beach, Fla. native has appeared in 179 career regular season games with 150 starts with the Giants (2010-17), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2018-21) and Ravens (2022), he has recorded career totals of 620 tackles (447 solo), 94.5 sacks, five interception returns for 70 yards with two touchdowns, 66 passes defensed, 21 forced fumbles and ten fumble recoveries, one for a touchdown.
CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Signed by New Orleans to practice squad, 11/15/23; Signed by Baltimore to a one-year contract, 9/26/26; Re-signed the Buccaneers to a two-year contract, 3/16/20; Reinstated from Reserve/Non-Football Injury by the Buccaneers, 10/26/19; Placed by Buccaneers on Reserve/Non-Football Injury, 8/30/19; Acquired by the Buccaneers from the New York Giants, 3/22/18; Signed by Giants to a four-year contract extension, 3/17/17; Designated by Giants as franchise player (non-exclusive), 2/28/17; Re-signed by Giants to a one-year contract, 3/9/16; Re-signed by the Giants to a one-year contract, 10/28/15; Designated as franchise player by the Giants, 3/2/15; Signed by the Giants to a five-year contract, 7/31/10; Originally selected by the New York Giants in the first round (15th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft.
HONORS- 2020: Pro Bowl; 2016: Week 12 NFC Defensive Player of the Week; 2013: Week 11 NFC Defensive Player of the Week; 2012: Pro Bowl; 2011: Pro Bowl; Associated Press first-team All-Pro; NFC Defensive Player of the Month (December); NFC Defensive Player of the Week (Weeks 14 and 16).
2022 – Pierre-Paul appeared in 14 games with 13 starts for Baltimore and recorded 26 tackles, three sacks, one three-yard interception return and five passes defensed. He also opened the AFC Wild card Playoff contest at Cincinnati and recorded a split sack. 2021 – Pierre-Paul started all 12 games he appeared in for Tampa Bay and recorded 31 tackles (20 solo), 2.5 sacks, four passes defensed and one forced fumble. In two playoff contests, recorded a split sack. 2020 – Started all 16 games, recording 55 tackles (seven for loss), 14 quarterback hits, 9.5 sacks, six passes defensed, four forced fumbles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. Tied for 11th in the NFL in sacks (9.5) and tied for third in forced fumbles (four). His four strip sacks tied for the second-most in the NFL. Pierre-Paul had four takeaways (two interceptions, two fumble recoveries), tied for the second-most by any front-seven player. Pierre-Paul's two fumble recoveries tied for the third-most in the NFL, while his two interceptions tied for the fifth-most by a front-seven player and his six passes defensed tied for the 11th-most by a front-seven player…At New Orleans, Sept. 13, notched three tackles (one for loss) and a nine-yard sack of Saints QB Drew Brees…Recorded four tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery against Carolina, Sept. 20…At Denver, Sept. 27, recorded a sack-fumble and was part of a defense that limited the Broncos to 226 net yards, including 42 rushing yards…From Week 16, 2019-Week 3, 2020, Pierre-Paul recorded a sack in five consecutive games, tied for the third-longest streak in franchise history. During that span he had 8.0 total sacks, the most in the NFL…Registered two tackles against L.A. Chargers, Oct. 4. Part of a defense that limited the Chargers to 46 yards on 23 carries (2.0 avg)…On Thursday Night Football at Chicago, Oct. 8, recorded four tackles, including a strip-sack of Bears QB Nick Foles. Part of a defense that held the Bears to 35 rushing yards on 14 attempts (2.5 avg.). Tampa Bay's defense held three consecutive opponents under 50 rushing yards (Weeks 3-5), establishing a new franchise record…Recorded six tackles, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble in a win against Green Bay, Oct. 18. Pierre-Paul was part of a defense that limited the Packers to just 201 net yards, the fewest allowed by a Buccaneers defense since 2010. Packers QB Aaron Rodgers posted a quarterback rating of 35.4, the third-lowest single-game mark of his career…Started at Las Vegas, Oct. 25, helping limit the Raiders to 76 rushing yards on 24 carries (3.2 avg.). Dating back to 2019, the Buccaneers defense held 13 consecutive opponents under 100 rushing yards, a franchise record and tied for the third-longest streak in the NFL since the 1970 NFL/AFL merger…On Monday Night Football at N.Y. Giants, Nov. 2, tied for team lead with seven tackles (two for loss) and recorded one sack. His sack brought him to 27.5 with Tampa Bay, surpassing Broderick Thomas (26.5 from 1989-93) the ninth-most sacks in team history…Recorded seven tackles and one pass defensed against New Orleans, Nov. 8…At Carolina, Nov. 15, recorded a sack and an interception, to go along with three tackles. Also was part of a defense that held the Panthers to just 187 net yards of offense, including just 35 yards in the second half - the fewest allowed by a Buccaneers defense in the second half dating back to at least 2000…Against L.A. Rams, Nov. 23, registered six tackles and an interception - one of two passes defensed on the game, matching a career-best. Became the first Buccaneers linebacker to post an interception in consecutive games since Lavonte David in 2013 (three consecutive games)…Recorded four tackles including a sack against Kansas City, Nov. 29…Against Minnesota, Dec. 13, sacked Vikings QB Kirk Cousins for an eight-yard loss, stripping the ball and recovering it to help end a Minnesota drive…Posted two tackles, two quarterback hits and two passes defensed at Detroit, Dec. 26. Was part of a defense that held Detroit to just 186 yards of offense - the lowest total allowed by a Buccaneers defense since 2010…Recorded three tackles (one for loss) against Atlanta, 1/3/21…In the Super Wild Card Round at Washington, 1/9/21. recorded three tackles (one for loss), one quarterback hit and one pass defensed…In the Divisional Round at New Orleans, 1/17/21, recorded two tackles and a pass defensed. Part of a Buccaneers defense that recorded four takeaways on the day, tying for the third-most in a postseason contest in team history…In the NFC Championship Game at Green Bay, 1/24/21, recorded 2.0 sacks of Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, part of a five-sack effort by the Buccaneers defense - tied for the most in a postseason contest in team history. Joined Shaquil Barrett, Simeon Rice (twice), Warren Sapp, Lee Roy Selmon and Steve White as the only players in franchise history to register multiple sacks in a playoff game…In Super Bowl LV against Kansas City, 2/2/7, notched three tackles and a pass defensed. Part of a defense that pressured Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes 19 times and forced him into a 52.3 passer rating - the lowest of any game in his career (regular season or postseason) - while holding the Chiefs to just nine points. 2019 – In ten games with eight starts for Tampa Bay, finished with 27 tackles (24 solo), 8.5 sacks for a 47-yard loss, two passes defensed and two forced fumbles. 2018 – Started all 16 games for Tampa Bay and finished with 58 tackles (48 solo), 12.5 sacks for a 84-yard loss, two passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. 2017 – In 16 games started for Giants, made 68 tackles (48 solo), 8.5 sacks, five passes defensed and two forced fumbles. 2016– Started all 12 games he played in for Giants…Posted 53 tackles (35 solo), seven sacks, eight passes defensed, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. 2015 – Started all eight games he played in for Giants and recorded 26 tackles (21 solo), one sacks, six passes defensed and two fumble recoveries. 2014 – Started all 16 games for the first time in his career and finished with 76 tackles (54 solo), 12.5 sacks, six passes defensed, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. 2013 – Played in 11 games with six starts for Giants and made 27 tackles (20 solo), two sacks and four passes defensed. 2012 – In 16 games with 15 starts for Giants, posted 66 tackles (43 solo), 6.5 sacks, one 24-yard interception return for a touchdown, five passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. 2011 – In 16 regular season games with 12 starts for Super Bowl champion Giants, finished with 86 tackles (66 solo), 16.5 sacks, a 28-yard interception return for a touchdown, seven passes defensed and two forced fumbles. In four postseason starts, made 18 tackles (15 solo), a split sack and four passes defensed. 2010 – In ten games as a rookie, played in all 16 games for Giants and recorded 21 tackles (17 solo), 4.5 sacks, six passes defensed, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, brought back for 54 yards.
COLLEGE – In his college career, he played in 35 games, recording 161 tackles, 56 tackles for loss, 31.0 sacks, nine passes defensed, seven forced fumbles, three fumble recoveries and two interceptions. In his lone season at USF (2009), earned first-team All-America honors from Pro Football Weekly and was a consensus first-team All-Big East selection. Earned All-American and All-Jayhawk Football Conference honors at Fort Scott (2008). Named All-American and first-team All-Western State Conference at College of the Canyons (2007)…Majored in interdisciplinary social services.
PERSONAL – Attended Deerfield Beach (Fla.) HS. Lettered in basketball four times before playing football as a senior and earning Class 6A All-District IX consideration. Has a son, Josiah, and a daughter, Jolene. Born Jason Andrew Pierre-Paul on January 1, 1989 in Deerfield Beach, Florida.
Jason Pierre-Paul joins the New Orleans Saints | Meet the Team Photos
New Orleans Saints announced that they have signed defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to the practice squad on Thursday, November 16, 2023. Check out Jason in action with the New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Baltimore Ravens during his NFL career.