The New York Giants have several small openings across their coaching staff that need to be addressed, and on Monday the team filled one of those gaps by promoting Lunda Wells to assistant offensive line coach.
Wells, who was hired away from LSU at the start of last season to become the Giants' offensive quality control coach when Kevin Gilbride Jr. was promoted to wide receivers coach, will replace Matt Rhule who is now the head coach for the Temple Owls.
During his time at LSU, Wells worked for two seasons as their offensive line assistant, which required him to break down film and self-scout opponents.
The Giants now have only two coaching vacancies to fill: defensive and offensive assistants, which are similar to quality control jobs.
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