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How Jason Pierre-Paul is following in Michael Strahan’s footsteps

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Down the stretch of his career, Michael Strahan lost weight, decreasing the stress and strain on his joints, increasing his speed and endurance. Jason Pierre-Paul — who does not believe he is coming down the stretch of his career — has done the same thing. He showed up for the Giants’ offseason conditioning program this week weighing 265 pounds. He says he played last season at 275 and arrived as a rookie in 2010 at 290. “I feel much better now,” he said. “I’m quick. Faster and stronger.” At 28, the only thing heavier about Pierre-Paul is his bank account. This offseason the Giants first made him their franchise player to make sure he did not hit the open market in free agency. Then, the Giants

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