Offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride said that veteran tryout Limas Sweed looked rusty and in need of sharpening. And that was yesterday, BEFORE the former second-round pick spent most of Saturday afternoon dropping easy passes.

Sweed has the measurables to be a good receiver (6-4, 220) and he said he’s 100 percent over his injuries. But the Giants will have no room on their roster for a receiver who can’t catch passes.

Sweed said he has about three other NFL tryouts lined up after this Giants camp, and he’d already worked out for the Bengals and the Bears. Will he wind up back in the NFL? Who knows. But after this weekend’s performance, it’s hard to imagine a comeback with the Giants.
 

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