Remember that discussion we had not too long ago, when Nick Folk was in for a tryout. Something like, should the Giants put two kickers on their roster, dedicating one to strictly kickoff duty?
Looks like Tom Coughlin may have come around to that way of thinking. He's having former Panthers kickoff specialist Rhys Lloyd in for a tryout tomorrow. Lloyd put the ball into the end zone 21 times out of 72 kickoffs last year. Considering Lawrence Tynes only had six touchbacks, it might be worth the extra roster spot for Lloyd, or someone like him.
Meanwhile, the Giants will be looking at Eli Manning's brother's longtime backup, Jim Sorgi, today. He was put on injured reserve Dec. 9 with a hamstring injury, so there's no telling what he'll look like. If he's okay, though, he'll certainly be fresh enough. He's played in only 16 games since the Colts drafted him in the sixth round in 2004, thanks to Peyton Manning's continued good health.