May 21, 2022

Tom Coughlin is Out; Search for New York Giants New Head Coach Continues

Former New york Giants head coach Tom Coughlin Former New york Giants head coach Tom Coughlin Photo Credit: Alexis Williams/What's The 411 Networks

McAdoo, Spagnuolo, Austin Interviewed for Giants Head Coach Position

The search for a new head coach continues for the New York Giants. Current offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo and current defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo for the NY Giants have interviewed to replace Tom Coughlin.

Austin, Gase, and Marrone have their hats in the Giants head coach ring

McAdoo has also interviewed with the Philadelphia Eagles. Another candidate, Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, also met with the Giants organization in hopes of becoming the next head coach. Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase whose name has generated considerable buzz has his proverbial hat in the ring. Former Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone rounds out the list of current potential candidates. It is not known at this time, who any additional candidates will be, if any.

In Tom Coughlin news, the Philadelphia Eagles have requested permission from the New York Giants to interview Coughlin for their vacant head coach position. Even though Coughlin resigned from his position, the Eagles need permission to speak to him because there is one year left on his contract.

Keisha Wilson

As hard as I try, I can’t remember the exact moment that I was introduced to sports. I just know that it has always been a part of my life like the air I breathe. My viewing ranged from basketball, football, baseball, tennis, gymnastics, and swimming, but my love of football and basketball reigns supreme.

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