T-Rock's Take on the Giants
A bit of an abbreviated practice today, about an hour and a half, and most of it was off of cards once again. So here’s your abbreviated practice report:
The big news was that Henry Hynoski came off PUP, but he didn’t wind up doing much more than he had been. About the only difference was he was doing it with the rest of the team and not on a field to the side with the other shunned PUPpies....Read more »
When Henry Hynoski underwent knee surgery three months ago, he vowed to do everything he could to return for the start of the regular season. Today he takes a big step towards that accomplishment.
Hynoski has been taken off PUP and will practice with the team for the first time this afternoon. He had been going through some intense running and agility drills over the last few days and this...Read more »
Jason Pierre-Paul did not look like a person who underwent back surgery this summer and could miss the start of the regular season. He was doing some running on the fields at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center today and seemed to be pain-free and moving at a decent clip.
Still, the Giants put him on the physically-unable to perform list to start training camp.
You down with PUP?
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Giants starting fullback Henry Hynoski suffered a knee injury on the second play of the team period during their OTA practice Wednesday and was carted off the field. The club later said Hynoski will undergo an MRI exam to determine the severity of the injury.
From the sound of their comments, coach Tom Coughlin and quarterback Eli Manning fear the worst but are hoping for the best. Hynoski...Read more »