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New York Giants’ Henry Hynoski Seeks Questions from Fans for Q&A

January 26th, 2013 at 10:30 AM
By Dan Benton

Ever had a question you wanted to ask New York Giants fullback Henry Hynoski but couldn't? Well, now is your chance. Hynoski has reached out to Giants 101 (and a number of other sites) looking for some intelligent questions from our readers and Big Blue fans for an upcoming Q&A that will be posted on his website.

Hey, Giants fans!

Have a question for Giants fullback Henry Hynoski? Send it to him at and be sure to check the Hynocerous’ blog on his official web site, the week of January 28, 2013. Everyone who submits a question will be eligible to win an officially licensed, signed photo. Hope to hear from you guys!

In addition to possibly having your question featured/answered on Hynoski's official website, one random participant will also win a free autographed photo of Hynoski.

Please keep in mind, as we noted above, only questions e-mailed to will count. All questions listed here or on our social media sites will not be used, nor will you be entered for a chance to win the free autographed photo.

Participants are welcome to use their real name or their handle when submitting their questions. Your full name will not appear on his website -just your first name- unless you are the contest winner, in which case your full name will be shared.

Giants 101 prides itself on the collective knowledge and intelligence of our readership, so be sure to put that on display when submitting your questions. Good luck!

Photo Credit: Mike Gannon


Tags: Football, Henry Hynoski, New York, New York Giants, NFL

4 Responses to “New York Giants’ Henry Hynoski Seeks Questions from Fans for Q&A”

  1.  fanfor55years says:

    Seriously, though, knowing Pascoe is signing for $600K does help because he is depth at both tight end and fullback. It also means it is highly unlikely that any tight end is going to be drafted as that position, with Robinson almost certainly ready to contribute in 2013, drops to the near-bottom of “needs weighting” on Reese’s board.

    Anyone know the story with Buddy Jackson? I was told by a friend’s son, who is a scout, that he really wowed a lot of evaluators at his Pro Day. There must be an “issue” of some sort with him. But I like that signing if that issue is not a great big deal.

    I know everyone assumes that all of these reserve deals are intended to just create camp fodder, but I don’t agree. Some who say that are the same folks who thought it was meaningless when they signed Brown and Hill last off-season. I was really excited about Hill, but readily admit I didn’t think much about Brown. This year, though, especially with the cap situation, I think they are looking for some of the signed players to make the team and be very cheap roster additions.

  2.  Krow says:

    Bear Pascoe …

    Yes, he’s the kind of guy every team needs. Hard worker … plays his role … no drama … gives 100%. There’s nothing not to like about the guy. But … as always … it comes down to cap math.

    Right now he’s going to sign for the 2013 vet minimum. In his case that’s $630,000. The rookie minimum is $405,000. The Giants feel Bear’s experience and character are worth the extra $225,000. However, next year his number is $730,000. The rookie min goes up to $420,000. This means that next season the Giants have to decide if Bear’s worth an extra $310,000.

    Let’s contrast him to Zak DeOssie. Zak is the special teams captain, long snapper for all kicks, and a vital cog on coverage teams. He gets $1,100,000. This is a guy we need. A guy who plays a small but critical role. And that’s all he’s paid.

    Bear Pascoe will have a difficult time convincing the Giants that he’s worth paying the vet minimum. The idea that he’s going to get lured away … that we’ll have to come up with some sort of sweet deal to keep him … it’s just nuts. Oh … he caught 4 passes in 2012 … for 35 yards.

  3.  GmenMania says:


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