John Conner

New York Giants #39 - Fullback

  • Born: 06/08/87
  • Age: 27
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 245
  • Seasons: 5

Flight Connections 6/30/14


Daily links connecting you to articles about the New York Jets and the NFL.

Can the 'Hynocerous' defeat the 'Termintor'?


That is what Henry Hynoski has to do in order to be the Giants fullback this season.

Can John Conner KO the Hynocerous for the FB job?


Conner and Henry Hynoski will compete for the job. Who will win? Who knows?

Orson Charles' cloudy future with the Bengals


Charles, the team's fourth-round selection in the 2012 NFL draft, played 67 offensive snaps in 12 games played last year -- of which 37 were against the Baltimore Ravens in week 17 when Jermaine Gresham and Tyler Eifert rested with injuries.

Orson Charles arrested Monday night

According to, wanton endangerment is the "act or an instance of putting someone or something in danger or exposure to peril or harm."

Hynoski back with Giants, will compete with Conner

Henry Hynoski is returning to the Giants, setting up a competition for the fullback job with John Conner.

Oh, Henry! Giants won't tender fullback Hynoski

With John Conner already under contract the Giants won't tender Henry Hynoski. That could mean the end of Hynoski's time with the Giants.

Hue Jackson wants a fullback


Jackson is promising a physical offense that applies a more efficient running game, leading the belief that Cincinnati will acquire a fullback at some point during the offseason.

Giants' Positional Review: Fullback

Henry Hynoski or John Conner? Which fullback would you rather have, Giants' fans?

Gresham and Eifert should be ready next week


The Bengals have a sudden lack of tight ends with injuries sustained to... everyone. Eifert and Gresham, who didn't play against the Ravens Sunday, should be ready for the playoffs, according to Lewis.

Michael Cox last RB standing for Giants

The Giants will have to play the rookie Monday against the Minnesota Vikings, whether they want to or not.

Bengals lead the league with two-tight formation


The Cincinnati Bengals favor the two-tight formation, so it's only appropriate that Cincinnati picks up the duel-tight torch that New England dropped last year.

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