Tampa Bay Buccaneers outside linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul underwent an arthroscopic procedure on his knee on Friday morning and posted a video clip of it on his SnapChat social media account. Tampa Bay Times beat writer Rick Stroud broke the news and has posted Pierre-Paul’s video clip on his Twitter account.
#Bucs LB Jason Pierre-Paul had a minor surgical procedure Friday morning and posted a video on Snapchat. It’s not related to his cervical fracture last year and the Bucs don’t expect him to miss much if any training camp. Most likely arthroscopic. pic.twitter.com/JrnDjblzDJ
— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) June 26, 2020
PewterReport.com can confirm that the knee surgery was minor in nature and that it should not interfere with Pierre-Paul’s time in training camp. The Bucs are expected to open training camp on July 28, although head coach Bruce Arians told reporters on a Zoom conference call that the team is looking at a July 21 start date.
Pierre-Paul signed a two-year deal this offseason worth $25 million after recorded 8.5 sacks and two forced fumbles in 10 games last year after missing the first six due to a fractured neck he suffered in a car accident during the 2019 offseason. Pierre-Paul recorded five sacks in the last two games, including three in the season finale against Atlanta, which tied his career high.
In 26 games in Tampa Bay, Pierre-Paul has recorded 21 sacks, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.
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