Henry Hynoski enjoyed a busy bye week.
Aside from rehabbing his injured shoulder “twice a day everyday,” Hynoski also visited with children at his old elementary school, G.C. Hartman in Catawissa, Pa. and had his No. 27 jersey retired at South Columbia High School.
“It was ‘Henry Hynoski Day.’ I went down and talked to the kids about various things, just about hard work, dedication and what it takes to achieve your dreams,” Hynoski said.
“It was a nice ceremony. A bunch of my friends came in. It was a nice little break,” Hynoski added. “I mostly relaxed and got to spend time with my family.”
The Giants fullback doesn’t know if he’s going to play on Sunday against Miami, but he hopes to be able to. He practiced Monday and added that if he keeps progressing, he doesn’t see why not.
“It’s definitely improved and getting stronger, but it’s still up in the air,” Hynoski said.
The undrafted rookie out of Pitt suffered the injury during the fourth quarter of The Giants’ Week 5 game against Seattle, and sat out their last game against Buffalo.