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The Giants will interview ex-Texans QBs coach Karl Dorrell for their offensive-coordinator vacancy Friday.
Dorrell coached Houston's quarterbacks the past two seasons but was let go when Bill O'Brien was hired as new head coach. He previously worked for the Dolphins from 2008-2011 as wide receivers and quarterbacks coach. Prior to his stint with the Dolphins, Dorrell was the head coach at UCLA for five seasons. He joins Titans OC Dowell Loggains, Packers QBs coach Ben McAdoo, and ex-Bucs OC Mike Sullivan as known candidates to call the Giants' plays. Fri, Jan 10, 2014 10:06:00 AM

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Speaking Monday, Giants owner John Mara called the team's offense "broken."

"We can't go into next season with the same personnel," Mara said. Perhaps taking a shot at OC Kevin Gilbride, Mara also said he "(wasn't) sure why it took us three years to figure out Jerrel Jernigan can play." It sounds like Gilbride is shaping up as the fall guy for New York's second straight mediocre season.
Mon, Dec 30, 2013 02:17:00 PM

Citing discussion "in league circles," reports that the Panthers are believed to be leaning toward hiring Giants senior pro personnel analyst Dave Gettleman to fill their GM vacancy.

They'd apparently be picking Gettleman over more ballyhooed Giants exec Marc Ross. Gettleman has spent the past 15 seasons with the G-Men, working under Panthers GM-search-consultant Ernie Accorsi early in his career. Per PFT, other likely GM hirings according to buzz in league circles are Steve Keim (Cardinals), Tom Gamble (Jets), Dave Caldwell (Jaguars), and John Dorsey (Chiefs).
Fri, Jan 4, 2013 04:40:00 PM

The Jets have requested permission to interview Giants college scouting director Marc Ross for their general manager vacancy.

Ross is a hot general manager candidate, unsurprisingly, after overseeing several highly impressive drafts with the G-Men, working directly under Jerry Reese. The Jets have both Ross and 49ers director of player personnel Tom Gamble squarely in their sights after being turned down by ESPN's Bill Polian.
Mon, Dec 31, 2012 03:45:00 PM

Giants signed head coach Tom Coughlin to a new three-year, $20 million contract, keeping him under control through 2014.

Coughlin turns 66 in August, so he's now locked in through his age-68 campaign. It will be interesting to see whether GM Jerry Reese grooms DC Perry Fewell to be Coughlin's replacement. Coughlin has coached the G-Men to Super Bowl victories in two of the past four years, joining Bill Parcells and Steve Owen as the three coaches to lead the Giants to multiple world championships. Coughlin will pass Parcells for second in franchise history in coaching victories this year. (Owen is first.)
Wed, Jun 6, 2012 01:17:00 PM

Giants owner John Mara plans to finalize a contract extension with head coach Tom Coughlin "in the near future."

"We're working on it," promised Mara. "It will be done sooner rather than later." Coughlin has won two Super Bowls over the past four years and is hoping to coach into his 70s. Coughlin will turn 66 just before this season starts.
Thu, May 17, 2012 09:17:00 AM

Giants coach Tom Coughlin plans to return in 2012.

The 65-year-old Coughlin won't be riding off into the sunset following his second Super Bowl win in five seasons. Now 82-57 (including the playoffs) in eight seasons as the Giants' head coach, Coughlin boasts a 154-121 (.560) record since taking over the expansion Jaguars in 1995.
Mon, Feb 6, 2012 08:52:00 AM

Giants CEO John Mara confirmed Thursday that coach Tom Coughlin's contract extension will be finalized "sooner rather than later."

Coughlin was thought to be on the hot seat in 2010, but the Giants' brass has been in his corner all along. Neither side wants Coughlin operating as a lame-duck coach in the final year of his deal, so he should get another year or two tacked on at just over $5 million per.
Thu, Feb 24, 2011 04:51:00 PM

Co-owner Steve Tisch said Monday that the Giants plan to meet with head coach Tom Coughlin "in the very near future" and work out a new contract.

Coughlin has one year remaining on the four-year, $21 million deal he signed after the 2008 season. The Giants have missed the playoffs two years in a row, yet Coughlin has a 59-37 regular season record since 2005 and a Super Bowl win in 2008. He'll likely get another year tacked onto his contract, though it's hard to imagine him fulfilling it if the team misses the playoffs for a third straight season.
Mon, Jan 3, 2011 08:17:00 PM

Giants CEO John Mara was "adamant" Sunday night that Tom Coughlin would return as the team's head coach in 2011.

Missing the playoffs for a second straight year hurts, but the G-Men aren't ready to give up on Coughlin with four postseason berths in the last six years, a Super Bowl win, and 59-37 regular season record since 2005. Where changes are made remains to be seen. They'll need to get their wide receiver corps healthy, Ahmad Bradshaw re-signed, and better cornerback play in 2011.
Sun, Jan 2, 2011 08:08:00 PM

Giants named Mike Sullivan the team's new quarterbacks coach, replacing the departed Chris Palmer.

Sullivan coached the Giants' wide receivers for the past six seasons and has been working with Eli Manning for the last couple. Taking over Sullivan's job as receivers coach is Sean Ryan, who has been promoted from offensive quality control coach.
Sat, Feb 13, 2010 10:27:00 AM

Giants owner John Mara confirmed Monday that GM Jerry Reese and head coach Tom Coughlin are both safe in their positions for 2010.

Mara did say he'll "insist" on coaching changes at the assistant level, however, indicating that defensive coordinator Bill Sheridan will be fired, as expected. The Giants finished the season 8-8 and third in the NFC East.
Mon, Jan 4, 2010 02:33:00 PM

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will reportedly take a paycut on his 2008 salary by as much as 25% and will put a freeze on his 2009 salary.

The move is part of a league-wide salary freeze for all NFL employees. The commissioner's salary is currently $11 million per year, but he is bypassing his annual automatic pay raise. The NFL is also laying off 10%-15% of 1,100 employees at league headquarters.
Source: USA Today
Fri, Feb 13, 2009 06:39:00 PM

Raiders owner Al Davis' head-coaching interview with Giants OC Kevin Gilbride reportedly may have been only attempt to pick Gilbride's brain.

Davis reportedly likes how Gilbride mixes a power running game with vertical passes and wanted to see if Gilbride could give him a way to turn around Oakland's offense. Gilbride will return as the Giants' offensive boss in 2009.
Thu, Jan 29, 2009 01:59:00 AM's Adam Schefter reports that Syracuse has reached out to Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride about the school's head-coaching vacancy.

Gilbride is not considered a favorite to land the job, but has been a head coach before and Syracuse needs all the help it can get. Gilbride has guided the Giants' offense to rank fourth in the NFL. New York has the best rushing offense in the league by a wide margin.
Sun, Dec 7, 2008 12:20:00 PM

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