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Jabrill Peppers

Jabrill Peppers Fantasy

Healthy
Height / Weight
5'11" / 213 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
October 4, 1995 (25)
Experience
4th Season
Drafted
2017 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 25 (CLE)
College
Michigan

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Jabrill Peppers News

Jabrill Peppers Dealing With Low Ankle Sprain

New York Giants safety Jabrill Peppers (ankle), who limped off the field in pain in the Week 3 loss to the 49ers, is believed to have suffered a low ankle sprain, according to a source. The injury looked bad on Sunday, but it appeared worse than it is. Julian Love replaced Peppers in the secondary when Peppers exited the game, but it's unclear if Peppers will have to miss any time moving forward. Consider him questionable for Week 4 against the Rams for now and monitor his practice status throughout the week. The Giants Defense should definitely be faded in a tough matchup with the Rams offense in Week 4, regardless of Peppers' status.

Sep. 28th • 11:36 AM
Jabrill Peppers' Fifth-Year Option Picked Up

The New York Giants picked up the fifth-year option on linebacker/strong safety Jabrill Peppers on Wednesday. Pepper's 2021 salary will depend on whether he's awarded the safety price of roughly $7 million or the linebacker price of around $10.089 million. He came over last spring in the deal that sent receiver Odell Beckham Jr. to the Browns and was originally taken 25th overall in the 2017 draft. Before a season-ending back injury suffered against the Bears last year, Peppers had 76 tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown. The G-Men are hoping that the former first-round pick can emerge as a leader in the team's rebuilt secondary. Second-round pick Xavier McKinney will likely start alongside Peppers in 2020.

Apr. 30th • 12:27 AM
Jabrill Peppers Likely To Return Kickoffs, Punts

New York Giants safety Jabrill Peppers was the main kick and punt returner man for the Cleveland Browns, and beat writer Lance Medow expects him to reprise that role with the Giants in 2019. However, since he is the team's starting safety, too, his usage will likely be managed at times. "It's a lot of different scenarios, and it's good to have options," special teams coach Thomas McGaughey said last month. Peppers is considered the front runner for the job, however, and others like wide receivers Corey Coleman, Bennie Fowler, Golden Tate, Cody Latimer and Brittan Golden have also see time in the return game in the past. Rookie Darius Slayton could also factor in.

Jul. 18th • 8:43 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Daniel Jones
Colt McCoy
RB Wayne Gallman
Alfred Morris
LWR Darius Slayton
Austin Mack
RWR Sterling Shepard
C.J. Board
SWR Golden Tate
Dante Pettis
TE Evan Engram
Levine Toilolo
LT Andrew Thomas
Jackson Barton
LG Will Hernandez
Shane Lemieux
C Nick Gates
Spencer Pulley
RG Kevin Zeitler
Kyle Murphy
RT Cameron Fleming
DT Leonard Williams
B.J. Hill
NT Dalvin Tomlinson
Austin Johnson
DE Dexter Lawrence
RJ McIntosh
SAM Cam Brown
Carter Coughlin
RILB Blake Martinez
Tae Crowder
WLB Devante Downs
TJ Brunson
OLB Kyler Fackrell
Trent Harris
LCB James Bradberry
Darnay Holmes
SS Jabrill Peppers
Nate Ebner
FS Logan Ryan
Xavier McKinney
RCB Isaac Yiadom
Madre Harper
K Graham Gano