The Giants have agreed to re-sign fullback Henry Hynoski, per team's official website on Wednesday. He signed a two-year deal worth $2 million, his agent Drew Rosenhaus told Pro Football Talk. Hynoski, 26, appeared in all 16 games last season for the second time in his career. He also made four starts at fullback, and will lead the way for Giants running backs Rashad Jennings, Andre Williams and Shane Vereen next season.
Giants backup runners Peyton Hillis and Henry Hynoski saw some time Thursday against Washington. Hillis received eight carries in mop up duty, picking up 31 yards. He saw all of his action in the fourth quarter. Hynoski managed to pick up 1 yard on his only carry. Both players will take on the Falcons Week 5.
Giants fullback Henry Hynoski suffered a sprained shoulder during Thursday's preseason finale against the Patriots, per the New York Post. Hynoski was bothered by a shoulder injury last season. It remains to be seen if it's same shoulder. He is competing with John Conner for the fullback job, leaving his status to make the final roster uncertain.
The Giants have signed fullback Henry Hynoski to a one-year, $1 million contract, reports ESPN. Hynoski is expected to compete with John Conner for the starting fullback job in 2014. He missed all of the 2013 season with a shoulder injury.
The Giants won't tender fullback Henry Hynoski as a restricted free agent, reports Pro Football Talk. The lowest tender would pay $1.3 million. The Giants might want Hynoski back but not at that price, according to Newsday.
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