NEW YORK GIANTS, JUSTIN TRYON HAVING "POSITIVE" CONVERSATIONS
"While a constant eye is being kept on cornerback Terrell Thomas and his
situation, the New York
Giants are also in talks with soon-to-be free agent Justin
Tryon, who played only three games with Big Blue last season after he was
cut by the Indianapolis Colts.
Indiannapolis Colts cornerback Justin
Tryon (L) celebrates with teammate Pat Angerer after recovering a fumbled
punt return by the Denver Broncos during the first quarter at Invesco Field at
Mile High on September 26, 2010 in Denver. UPI/Gary C. Caskey
Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports that the two sides have had "positive" conversations,
and that Tryon has healed after suffering a broken arm in October.
"Justin is completely healthy and has been for quite some time," Tryon's
agent, Michael Hoffman, said.
Tryon gained instant fame in New York after playing two full quarters against the
Miami Dolphins with a fractured right arm, including a potentially game-changing
tackle of Reggie Bush for -4 yards on a punt return.
In his three games with the Giants, Tryon collected three tackles and one
pass defended. He flashed more than once, and depending on his price tag (which
is likely to be low) could be considered an excellent value at cornerback."