Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul revealed he has been playing with a broken finger on his right hand for the past two games, per NJ.com's James Kratch.
It is believed Pierre-Paul, who is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Cardinals, broke his finger during the Week 13 matchup against the Raiders. He has worn his notorious club on his hand for the past two games.
"I'm always planning to play, man. I'm ready to go...I'm ready to run around," Pierre-Paul said when asked about his finger. "I fractured my finger, I basically broke it."
The veteran defensive end didn't give specifics on his injury, but instead, wanted to let everyone know he was ready to play on Sunday.
"I'm not worried about that," he said when asked which finger was broken. "...there ain't no sympathy over here, man. I'm going out to play a game, and I'm going to play 110 percent, so they better be ready."
Pierre-Paul could easily end his year with the Giants' 2017 season all but over. However, he doesn't believe in giving up, especially with just two games left.
"At this point in the season, probably everybody is hurting," Pierre-Paul said ."We've just got to fight through it and motivate yourself to keep on going."
In his eighth year with the Giants, Pierre-Paul has notched 62 combined tackles, 6.5 sacks, and two forced fumbles in 14 games this season. If he can finish the final two games of the season, it will be his first full season since 2014.