Injury was added to insult for the New York Giants.
Blasted 38-0 by the Carolina Panthers, fullback Henry Hynoski fractured his shoulder.
Hynoski had offeason knee surgery. Now he's hurt again.
"I never had a significant shoulder injury, I don't even know myself the extent of this," Hynoski said. "We're going to find out tomorrow, we're getting more tests done and we'll go from there.
"Like I approached my last injury, I'm just going to try and get back at the earliest convenience to be there for my team."
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