With Aldrick Rosas struggling as of late, the Giants brought in four kickers for workouts on Tuesday, as first reported by ESPN's Field Yates.
Rosas has missed three extra points and four field goals this season, including missed FGs in Sunday's loss to the Bears--the Giants lost by five, clearly missing those six missed points.
Based on the 2018 Pro Bowler's performance, the Giants decided to work out Blair Walsh, Giorgio Tavecchio, Cole Hedlund and Austin MacGinnis.
Walsh spent five seasons with the Vikings from 2012-2016 before spending one season with the Seahawks in 2017. In his six seasons in the NFL, Walsh made 154 out of 187 field goal attempts (82.4 percent) and 193 of 203 extra point attempts (95.1 percent).
Walsh made the Pro Bowl and was named to the All-Pro First-Team in his rookie season.
Tavecchio has played in 19 total games in his career from 2017-2018, spending one full season with the Raiders before appearing in three games for the Falcons a year later.
In those 19 games, Tavecchio hit 21 of 26 on field goals and 41 of 42 on extra points.
Funny enough, Tavecchino was named the NFC's Special Teams Player of the Week during Week 7 of the 2018 season, after going 3 for 3 on field goals and 2 of 2 on extra points in a Falcons 23-20 win over the Giants.
Hedlund was signed by the Colts this summer as an undrafted free agent after spending three years at Arkansas before transferring to North Texas for his senior year. In that year, Hedlund went 19 for 22 on field goals and 51 for 54 on extra points.
Hedlund was waived by the Colts on Aug. 31 after spending training camp with the team.
MacGinnis is currently signed with the Dallas Renegades of the XFL after being picked by the team in the XFL Draft this past October. MacGinnis was a consensus First-Team All-SEC selection from 2014-2018 at Kentucky and broke the school's single season field goal record.
Since then, MacGinnis has played for the Memphis Express of the Alliance of American Football and was named once the Player of the Week before the league ceased operations.
If the Giants were to actually attempt to sign MacGinnis, the XFL might not let it happen -- they reportedly "blocked" the Lions from signing Los Angeles Wildcats quarterback Josh Johnson earlier this week.