No word on Hynoski’s knee as of yet, but he is the only pure FB on the team’s roster. There is major concern at this point we are told. Our cameraman was on site yesterday and captured the below image. The injury occurred when Hynoski and RB Andre Brown banged knees in the backfield. A freakish injury by all accounts.
We went into a news blackout in deference to the events in Boston yesterday, opting to keep the lines of communications open in case of emergency. We are back this morning extremely somber but ready to work.
Being present at the World Trade Center on 9/11, I understand how the people of Boston feel today. Shock, hurt, sorrow, fear, pain. An array of emotions rushing together to form a numbness that for many, will never go away. Our thoughts and prayers are with them this morning.
The Giants opened up their facility yesterday for all players to begin their offseason workouts. WR Victor Cruz, as expected, did not attend. He has not signed his tender and does not have an active contract. Here are some other headlines:
Happy St. Paddy’s Day to all. Lots to celebrate today as the the Giants started to rapidly respond to some holes on their roster with key FA signings. Here are some nuggets for you to peruse this chilly morning….
Stick with us for news and analysis as the Giants begin to reshape their roster this offseason. The new NFL year and free agency begin at 4:00pm on March 12th. Teams must be under the salary cap (which has yet to be determined) at that time. Here’s the latest:
This is it folks, you’re last glimpse of football for the next seven months. They’ll be plenty going on, though, so check with us every day during the offseason for updates. Here’s some tidbits for you…