4 Graham Gano replacements the Giants could sign if his injury lingers

Options for the Giants at kicker if Graham Gano goes out

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3. Ryan Succop

The 37-year-old kicker has been around in the league for a long time and it’s probably a surprise that Ryan Succop hasn’t landed a kicking job yet. Succop’s last gig in the league was spending the last three seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a place he won a Super Bowl back in 2020.

Succop was released from the Buccaneers in the offseason before the 2023 season and he has remained a free agent since his release after Tampa Bay decided to make some roster cuts to save salary cap space.

In his final season with Tampa, Succop was good from 81 percent of his field goal attempts. But where he struggles is from long distance, which was not something new since he wasn’t always the most accurate kicker from 50-plus. But then again, a lot of kickers aren’t going to be the kind that Gano is when he is healthy, especially from long distance. So, if the Giants weren’t concerned about Succop’s accuracy issues from long-range, then he could be an option to consider.