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NFL player's fireworks injury covered by league


The injury didn't happen on the field, but a New York Giants defensive end who had his index finger amputated after a Fourth of July weekend fireworks accident will have his medical bills covered by his NFL insurance, even though he hasn't signed a new contract. reports that the NFL Players Association confirmed that Giants end Jason Pierre-Paul is covered because he played in least one game last season, and the season's policy is in effect until Aug. 31. And because he is considered an NFL “veteran” after three years in the league, he would be entitled thereafter to five years of continuing veterans medical coverage through Aug. 31, 2020.

In the long-term Mr. Pierre-Paul's missing digits may be the least of his problems. He has a one-year, seven-digit ($14.8 million) offer from the Giants which reports is still on the table.

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