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Injury Update: FB Hynoski eyes Week 1 return

After a gruesome knee injury suffered during OTAs in May, Giants' fullback Henry Hynoski is ahead of his rehab schedule and could make a return to the field as early as Week 1 when New York travels to Dallas for its regular season opener.

While the Giants have evolved with the rest of the NFL into a high-octane passing offense under quarterback Eli Manning, New York is still a team that places great value in the running game. That's why it was a major setback when Henry Hynoski suffered a lateral plateau fracture in his left knee...

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