It took only two plays into the team portion of practice on the first day of Organized Team Activities (OTAs) for the New York Giants to suffer what could, potentially, be a crushing injury as fullback Henry Hynoski was carted off the field.
Although the drills are non-contact, the Giants are out on a wet field this morning, with light rain falling off and on. However, it isn't immediately clear how Hynoski suffered his injury, what type of injury it is or how severe. But, whenever someone is carted off, it's never a good sign.
In addition to Hynoski's injury, WR Hakeem Nicks, CB Terrell Thomas, C David Baas, RG Chris Snee and DT Markus Kuhn all also appeared to be sitting out.
With Snee out, David Diehl opened at right tackle with James Brewer moving inside to right guard.
The thick irony of this entire situation is that each team has one priority goal in mind when OTAs start: Get in and out with no injuries. Unfortunately, the Giants couldn't get through two plays.
Photo Credit: Mike Gannon
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