PITTSBURGH (93-7 The Fan) – Former Pitt and current Giants fullback Henry Hynoski joined The Fan Morning Show on Thursday to offer his take on the latest in the NFL and college football.
He has been training year-round, hitting the weights hard and conditioning to be sure he’s ready once his third NFL season gets underway.
When asked how he would feel about Rushel Shell if he was still a Panther, he said that, as a player, you always see stars get coddled a bit, but it isn’t a problem unless it happens internally.
“Any star player is going to get preferential treatment from the fans,” Hynoski said. “As long as it doesn’t come from the coaches.”
As for the recent rule changes limiting what runners can do, Hynoski isn’t too worried about where they’ll lead.
“At the end of the day, it’s still football,” Hynoski said. “Football’s based off of physicality and contact. I certainly don’t think it’s going to become flag football or two-hand touch, or anything along those lines.”
Hynoski joined the guys on behalf of “Dessert Tasting For A Cause,” which is coming up on April 13. More information can be found here.
The interview can be heard here: