Sport Brian Daboll finishes interview with Giants
2022 Willie McCovey Memorial Community Prospect List No. 13
Who is the 13th-best prospect on the Giants farm?Murphy comfortably won the vote to be named the No. 13 prospect n the system, and it’s his first appearance on the CPL. Last year’s CPL was Murphy’s first since the Giants drafted him in 2020, but he wasn’t at all considered for the 44-player list. A fifth-round pick out of Division II Le Moyne college, many saw Murphy as an underslot selection in the final round of the truncated draft. With the Giants needing to make sure they could give ample signing bonuses to Patrick Bailey and Kyle Harrison, they were able to sneak in Murphy without paying him too much money.
Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll became the first candidate to interview for the Giants’ head coaching position, the team announced. It came shortly after the Giants hired Joe Schoen from the Bills as their General Manager.
Daboll and Schoen worked together the past four seasons.
Daboll, 46, spoke Friday evening via videoconferencing with team president John Mara, chairman Steve Tisch and Schoen.
Daboll joined the Bills in 2018 after helping lead Alabama to its 17th national championship in 2017 as the Crimson Tide’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. He was named the NFL’s assistant coach of the year in 2020.
Giants fire coach Joe Judge after only 2 seasons at the helm
Judge's career record of 10-23 (.303 win percentage) is the second-worst in the franchise's modern history for any Giants coach with at least one full season at the helm — just ahead of the man Judge replaced, Pat Shurmur, who went 9-23 over his two seasons. "Steve (Tisch) and I both believe it is in the best interest of our franchise to move in another direction," team president John Mara said via a Giants statement. Judge lost his first fiveJudge's career record of 10-23 (.303 win percentage) is the second-worst in the franchise's modern history for any Giants coach with at least one full season at the helm — just ahead of the man Judge replaced, Pat Shurmur, who went 9-23 over his two seasons.
Daboll has 20 years of NFL coaching experience. He spent 11 seasons with the Patriots and served as the offensive coordinator for the Browns (2009-10), Dolphins (2011) and Chiefs (2012). He was the Jets’ quarterbacks coach in 2007-08.
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Dolphins favorite for head coaching hire reportedly emerges .
The Miami Dolphins may have a favorite for their head coaching vacancy. It looks like Brian Daboll might be the leader for this gig. It sure seems like the Miami Dolphins are getting closer to finding a new head coach. Brian Daboll, currently the offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills, is re portedly the current favorite to end up as the next head coach down in Miami. According to a tweet from Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News, Daboll is leading the race to end up as the head coach for the Dolphins. Several league sources believe Bills OC Brian Daboll is the favorite to be the Miami Dolphins' next head coach.