NFC East Notes: JPP, Hardy, Cowboys

Jason Pierre-Paul‘s visit to Giants was reported to the league as an official free agent visit, according to Dan Graziano of (on Twitter). That makes the visit his second of that type and there will be no more allowed, so the JPP saga has to end soon.

Here’s more from the NFC East..

  • JPP won’t be able to just swoop in and fix the Giants‘ woeful pass rush, Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News writes. The best the Giants can hope for, the Daily News scribe opines, is that maybe he can squeeze out a few plays in a few games near the end of the season. Even then, team sources tell Vacchiano that they’re skeptical he’ll be able to make a mark for the Giants down the stretch.
  • Cowboys star defensive end Greg Hardy was not on time for practice on Thursday and didn’t call the team, leading the club to start calling around and ask about his whereabouts, Ian Rapoport of tweets. Ultimately, Hardy was listed as a DNP with an “illness.” It’s not immediately clear what the issue was but it would appear that the Cowboys are having issues with their marquee offseason addition.
  • Hardy will not be disciplined for his sideline blowup on Sunday, head coach Jason Garrett told reporters (via Charean Williams of the Star-Telegram on Twitter). However, the coach added that the Cowboys have talked to him.
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