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Jason Pierre-Paul posts more workout clips

Jason Pierre-Paul bench presses

Jason Pierre-Paul posted a video of himself bench-pressing on Instagram on Tuesday.

Pretty soon Jason Pierre-Paul will have more workout videos available than Jane Fonda and Richard Simmons.

The injured defensive end posted his latest clip on Instagram on Tuesday morning, a short video of him bench-pressing in a weight room. He was using a towel to aide and/or hide his mangled right hand. The caption with the video was: "Getting back right."

It all seems to be part of Pierre-Paul's plan to illustrate how ready he is to return to football -- and getting paid to play football -- while the Giants wait. Previous videos have shown him running while pulling a weighted sled and he has tweeted other messages that demonstrate his desire to play.

Pierre-Paul has not signed with the Giants and remains on the team's reserve/franchise tag list. He loses out on more than $800,000 from the maximum value of his tag tender each week he remains unsigned and does not play.

Photos that surfaced last week showed that Pierre-Paul had his right index finger and part of his right thumb amputated after a fireworks mishap on July 4.

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