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Sport It would be a 'surprise' if Jason Garrett isn't Giants' next OC?

04:15  16 january  2020
04:15  16 january  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

Still no news on the Jason Garrett front

  Still no news on the Jason Garrett front Is no news good news? Or is no news bad news? The Cowboys’ disappointing season ended three days ago, in the last decade. They still apparently don’t have a resolution on their coaching situation. Jason Garrett’s contract expires Jan. 14. The Cowboys are not expected to give him a new one. But. . . They have made no announcement after meetings between Garrett and ownership on Monday and Tuesday.David Moore of the Dallas Morning News reports Wednesday that the sides will not meet today to discuss his fate. Discussions will resume Thursday.Garrett went 85-67 in 9 1/2 seasons, making the postseason three times and winning two playoff games.

Giants interview Garrett for OC job, sources say. Garrett 's experience as a head coach could serve as an asset to Judge, who has never been a head coach at any level. Judge spent the past eight seasons as an assistant under Bill Belichick in New England, most recently as the special-teams

Garrett would fill a significant role on Joe Judge's coaching staff with the chance to build an offense and continue the development of Daniel Jones. Giants co-owner and team president John Mara is on record indicating he would not be opposed to Garrett as OC , but that it would solely be Judge's call.

A report earlier on Wednesday indicated that the New York Giants were interviewing former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett for their vacant offensive coordinator position.

Jason Garrett holding a ball © Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Garrett’s contract with the Cowboys expired earlier in the week. He was never coming back after Dallas hired Mike McCarthy as its head coach.

There had been a ton of speculation that Garrett would return to his New Jersey roots. That now appears to be the case.

According to this report, it would be a surprise if the longtime coach was not hired to be the Giants’ offensive coordinator under new head coach Joe Judge.

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Becoming the Giants ’ offensive coordinator would be a good way for Garrett to get right back in the mix, presuming he wants to work in 2020. Plus, it would benefit Judge to have an experienced coach (and former head coach) on his staff, since Judge is so green. Garrett will be 54 when next season

Former Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett is interviewing with the Giants for their offensive coordinator position according to sources. Sources: Giants interviewing Garrett for OC job. Garrett 's experience as a head coach could also serve as an asset to Judge, who has never been a

Having only been a special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach in his career, Judge needs experience on his staff. At the very least, Garrett would provide that.

Garrett, 53, coached in Dallas for 13 seasons. He began as the offensive coordinator before transitioning to head coach in replacing Wade Phillips back in 2010.

The Princeton grad was a Giants backup from 2000 to '03 after spending the previous seven seasons backing up Troy Aikman in Dallas.

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