Sport Giants hiring ex-Cowboys coach Garrett as offensive coordinator

03:35  18 january  2020
03:35  18 january  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Joe Judge, the Giants ’ new head coach , is thinking about hiring Jason Garrett to be his offensive coordinator . And the hire would make a ton of The Giants on Wednesday are interviewing Garrett for that position, according to NFL Network. He was recently fired by the Cowboys after spending

New Giants head coach Joe Judge is considering Jason Garrett for his offensive coordinator opening. The Giants interviewed Garrett on Wednesday. So for a deeper look at what the Giants could be getting if they hired Garrett , we turned to Cowboys beat reporter Calvin Watkins, from The

The Giants are hiring Jason Garrett as their offensive coordinator.

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Garrett served as the Cowboys ’ offensive coordinator from 2007 through 2010. During his tenure, Garrett helped propel the Dallas offense to one of the most dominant units in football. He coached two top-three offenses and three top-seven offenses over his four years of manning the role.

Garrett , 53, was hired as the Cowboys ’ offensive coordinator in 2007 and became the head coach in 2010. But Jason Garrett ? Some thought he'd be the Giants ' choice as their head coach . As far as ownership is considered, Garrett as the Giants OC would be a "get'' - and for Garrett himself, maybe

The recently fired Dallas Cowboys head coach gives new Giants coach Joe Judge, 38, an experienced former head coach and play-caller on his first staff entering the 2020 season.

ESPN first reported Garrett’s hiring.

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