Jason Witten could have interest in joining Giants?

Jason Witten could have interest in joining Giants?

Jason Witten could have interest in joining Giants?

The Giants on Friday officially announced Jason Garrett as OC, Patrick Graham as DC and Thomas McGaughey as special-teams coordinator.

Garrett, 53, was among the Giants' candidates to replace head coach Pat Shurmur, prior to Judge's hiring earlier this month.

After a two-year stint as quarterbacks coach for the Dolphins, Garrett joined the Cowboys for the 2007 season.

Giants co-owner John Mara made no secret of his desire. With the way McCarthy has spoken about chain of command and wanting to hire his coordinators first, there must not have been enough support between Wells and Moore for Witten to use his Cowboys connections and role them into an entrance into the coaching field.

Shula was the Giants' offensive coordinator under Pat Shurmur and helped with the development of rookie quarterback Daniel Jones.

It was initially reported on Wednesday that Garrett, who had led the Cowboys to three NFC East division titles, had interviewed for the position.

Over his entire career, Witten has accumulated 1,215 receptions, 12,977 yards, and 72 touchdowns to go along with sold games against the Giants.

"And when he sees it, he is able to communicate it and paint this mental picture to the players".

Garrett was told on January 5 he was not being brought back by the Cowboys after coaching the team for the previous 9 1/2 seasons.

But most recently, Garrett also helped develop 2016 fourth-round pick Dak Prescott into an impressive National Football League starter who finished second in passing yards this past season (4,902). The two together spent four years with Bill Belichick in New England.

McGaughey spent the past two seasons as coordinator of the Giants special teams and was assistant to the special teams in NY from 2007 to 2010. The punt coverage team took fifth place and the punt return unit fourth. "He has his eyes open, plays a lot of games when he's on the move, throws the ball across the field and plays with a competitive attitude".

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