Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul wants to return to the Giants but isn't open to signing another one-year deal, he told reporters Monday.
"I've done proved it," Pierre-Paul said. "There's not a guy like me doing it with seven and a half fingers."
Pierre-Paul added that while he'd "love" to return to the Giants, it will be a "business decision."
Giants GM Jerry Reese told reporters Monday that the team wants Pierre-Paul back, adding that it's realistic for both Pierre-Paul and Johnathan Hankins to be retained.
Pierre-Paul had surgery in early-December to repair a sports hernia and groin injury, and said Monday that he would've been able to play this coming Sunday in Dallas had the Giants advanced.
The 28-year-old Pierre-Paul, who missed the first half of the 2015 season after a fireworks injury cost him parts of fingers on his right hand, signed a one-year deal worth $10 million this offseason.
He had 53 tackles, seven sacks, and three forced fumbles in 12 games for the Giants this season.