EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) The New York Giants are bringing back a couple of role players, signing linebacker Mark Herzlich and fullback Henry Hynoski to two-year contracts.
The NFC East club announced the signing on its Twitter account on Wednesday, a day after it reached agreements with five players on the opening day of free agency.
Herzlich started 8 of 15 games last season...
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In the 2014 offseason, the New York Giants signed the most free agents in the NFL. One of the areas that they focused on was cornerback. They signed Walter Thurmond, who had the potential to be one of the best cornerbacks in the league, and was part of the Seattle Seahawks organization when they won the Superbowl in 2013.
The Giants expected a lot of Walter Thurmond, but he had...
Most fullbacks in the NFL are seen as throwbacks, in other words, in the new pass happy league, fullbacks are becoming an endangered species. And in a sense Henry Hynoski typifies this dying breed of player.
It is hard to believe that Hynoski is entering his fourth season since being signed as an undrafted free agent out of the University of Pittsburgh in 2011. But this 25-year...
During Monday’s practice, the New York Giants’ Henry Hynoski and Johnathan Hankins engaged in some face-to-face combat. Helmets went flying, but the fight was broken up by teammates before it could really get out of hand.
Source: CJ Fogler
Training camp wouldn’t feel right without a scuffle or two between teammates. Often times it can be an inspiring and positive sight to see...
Training camp wouldn’t be complete without at least one epic camp fight. And the New York Giants players got their scuffle out of the way early. During Monday’s practice, FB Henry Hynoski and DT Johnathan Hankins engaged in fisticuffs, while the rest of the players attempted to break up the scuffle. It didn’t last long. Hynoski’s helmet flew off, and...
The New York Giants have re-signed fullback Henry Hynoski to a one-year, $1 million contract, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
FB Henry Hynoski is returning to the Giants on a 1-year, $1M deal.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 13, 2014
The 25-year-old Hynoski took his opportunity to test the free-agent market. However, he has reportedly decided the Giants were his best...
His nickname -- well, one of them -- is "The Hynocerous" (rhymes with rhinoceros).
How can you not like the guy already?
Henry Hynoski, a 6-foot-1, 266-pound free-agent fullback, is expected to visit with the Detroit Lions later this week.
In three years with the New York Giants, Hynoski scored only one touchdown, but it led to one of the greatest end-zone celebrations...
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, citing a league source, reports that the Giants will not tender restricted free agent FB Henry Hynoski a contract in the coming days.
Florio’s source added that the Giants would still like to re-sign Hynoski , but to a lower salary than the original round tender.
This seems like a reasonable move for the Giants as there will be other options...
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Henry Hynoski is eclipsing new levels of stardom.
The Giants' bruising fullback -- aptly named "The Hynoceros" -- appeared as an answer on Thursday's edition of "Jeopardy."
It's just too bad he missed it.
After injuring his knee in OTAs, Hynoski fractured his...