Just call him ‘‘Kickalicious.’’ That’s what coaches with the Detroit Lions did after they couldn’t pronounce Havard Rugland’s name during a tryout earlier this week. Rugland is the Norwegian Internet kicking sensation who hopes to parlay his incredible trick-shot video — which he called ‘‘Kickalicious’’ — into a dream job kicking for an NFL team. Next up for Rugland is a trip to Michael Husted’s pro kicking camp in Florida, where the goal is to be seen by more NFL teams. Rugland feels his tryout in Detroit went well, despite tweaking the hamstring in his powerful left leg. He’s refined his kicking motion while working with Husted in San Diego since having a tryout with the Jets in December . . . Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed and Falcons owner Arthur Blank have agreed to financing terms for a $1 billion, retractable-roof stadium to replace the 20-year-old Georgia Dome and keep the team’s home games in the city’s downtown. Reed said the city would provide $200 million of construction costs through bonds backed by the city’s hotel-motel tax. The Falcons franchise, owned by Blank, co-founder of Home Depot, would provide $800 million and be responsible for construction cost overruns.