Flynn was a no-show, deciding to sign with one of his old teams - the Packers - rather than audition for the Giants. Freeman did show, but left without a contract.
Ebenezer Samuel of the Daily News thinks the Giants may not be done with him:
While Freeman has yet to sign, he could still be an option, and it’s possible the Giants are still evaluating him. Ex-Redskin Rex Grossman and the routinely disappointing Brady Quinn are among the free agent quarterbacks still available.Byrd also left town empty-handed. The recently-released Cardinal apparently did not impress the Giants yesterday...
The Giants are expected to somehow add a quarterback in the coming days, even if that arm lasts only through offseason workouts and training camp. The Giants have veteran backup Curtis Painter and second-year man Ryan Nassib on the roster, and, at most, they’ll keep three QBs for the regular season.
Former Vikings DT Kevin Williams had a two-day fling with the Giants as well, but thus far the two sides have yet to come to an agreement.
From Mark Craig of the Star Tribune:
"Had a good visit and gonna see what happens!" Williams said via text message, indicating that the two sides have not made a decision despite the fact Williams left town without a deal.
Williams, who arrived in New York on Monday night, has not ruled out playing what would be a 12th NFL season after spending the first 11 with the Vikings. The Giants were the first team to bring Williams in for a visit. They're looking for a tackle to play alongside Cullen Jenkins after the Vikings signed nose tackle Linval Joseph earlier in free agency.