And on the second day of free agency, the Giants re-signed some of their own.

Not only did the team come to terms with linebacker Mark Herzlich, they also agreed on a two-year contract with free-agent fullback Henry Hynoski. The deal, according to his agent Drew Rosenhaus, is for two years and $2 million.

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Hynoski, like Herzlich, was a 2011 undrafted free agent. He returned from an injury plagued 2013 season to have a good year in 2014 and earned himself another go-round with the team.

Hynoski finished 2014 with a career-high seven rushing attempts for 13 yards, but he did not catch a pass for the first time in his career. His career totals include 24 receptions for 138 yards and one touchdown and 12 rushing attempts for 33 yards.

"So excited and blessed to be back home with the @giants!" he posted on Twitter. "Just finished doing my dance out of pure excitement! Thanks to everyone for the love and support!"