Weeks after having a finger blown off during a July 4th fireworks mishap, Giants defensive end Jasion Pierre-Paul was spotted in Florida with his right hand bandaged. Extremely bandaged.

The Daily News obtained the photographs, reporting that the "injured Big Blue star [has] his arm in a sling supporting a heavily-bandaged right hand and forearm, making his hand look like a club and raising questions about how severe the extent of his injuries really are."

Pierre-Paul had shared photos of a massive stash of fireworks for a July 4th celebration prior to the accident, which caused the amputation of his right index finger and also damaged a thumb. Yesterday, Giants co-owner John Mara said, "We don't know how extensive the damage is right now... I don't know how many fingers he has. We know what we've read and what we've been told, but until we actually see him and the extent of the damage, it's hard to make any sort of prediction as to what kind of condition he's in."

And co-owner Steve Tisch had said last week, "Above anything else I hope he's healing. I hope he will play great football in the future. I hope he's getting the best medical care available to him and I really personally and from my position with the Giants wish him all the best and I look forward to seeing him sooner than later."