Injury report: Hynoski 'very encouraged'

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – With his left knee in a sizable wrap, Henry Hynoski is getting closer to returning to the field, even if the New York Giants fullback doesn't specifically know when that will be.

"I'm looking forward to getting back out on the field as soon as possible and playing some football," Hynoski said. "Like I said, I'm going to do everything in my power. I'm very diligent in everything I do to get back on the field at the earliest convenience. Whenever that is, whenever that may be, I'll be ready and conditioned, ready to go."

Hynoski underwent knee surgery in May, after suffering an injury to his medial collateral ligament and a chip fracture in his left knee during OTAs.

Hynoski said he is progressing according to the rehab schedule that's been set, and that people within the organization are happy with how things are going.

"I'm very encouraged," Hynoski said. "I've got the best trainers helping me out, and doctors. They're very encouraged too."

PICK AND ROLLE: Giants safety Antrel Rolle was out of his walking boot Wednesday. He said his ankle injury may have been the worst pain he's ever experienced, but he won't "milk it." By the afternoon practice, Rolle was on the sideline with the right ankle taped.

RANDLE IN THE WIND: Giants WR Reuben Randle said he was shaken up in Tuesday's practice. "Hit my head on the turf a little bit," he said. "Just had to regroup myself, get back up and get back to practice."

Asked if he had any concerns, Randle said, "No, I'm good."

ATTENDANCE REPORT: The following players didn't practice – DE Damontre Moore (shoulder contrusion), WR Jerrel Jernigan (hamstring), WR Brandon Collins (hamstring) and RB Da'Rel Scott (sore shoulder). CB Corey Webster appeared to practice in a limited capacity. James Brewer returned to the field from a concussion.