Henry Hynoski was removed from the physically unable to perform list, and is eligible to participate in practices starting on Thursday.
“I am going to set my mind to being ready for the first game of the regular season,” Hynoski said in a release.
It’s still yet to be determined if he’ll be able to play in the Giants first game, but this is the first step in that direction.
Giants sign OL Austin Holtz
From the Giants: Holtz, 6-4 and 301 pounds, was signed as a free agent by the Detroit Lions out of Ball State on May 2. He played some snaps at left tackle in the Lions’ preseason opener vs. the Jets on Aug. 9 and was waived on Monday. Holtz started 32 games in his four-year career at Ball State, including 12 in 2012.
John Fennelly, Lead Writer
The Giants really need Hynoski back for several reasons. Firstly, he will improve the quality of the team’s overall blocking.
Secondly, it allows Bear Pascoe to return to TE, where his blocking ability has been sorely missed. It will change the roles of both Adrien Robinson and Brandon Myers so they can increase their availability in the passing game.